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10 reasons people won’t buy your book

Most books sell under 250 copies. You think your book is the problem. It’s not.

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Trust twitter to provide a shining example of how authors shouldn’t promote their books. That’s kind of a lie, but only because it’s not just Twitter. It happens on Facebook, too.

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