Alinka Rutkowska : HOW I SOLD 80,000 BOOKS: Book Marketing for Authors

HOW I SOLD 80,000 BOOKS: Book Marketing for Authors

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Business & Finance , Self-Improvement

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70

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9781943386017

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Capraro Press

Publication Date

May 21, 2015

Language

English

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Probably the best and most comprehensive one-stop guide I have seen. - Rick DeStefanis, Award-Winning Author

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72% of self-published authors never sell more than 1,000 books! Are YOU one of them? Not when you follow my proven book marketing system.

Discover how to sell books by the truckload...even if you haven't sold a single copy yet.

WARNING: contains new innovative ideas that are effective in marketing more books.

Get your free copy of this 2016 Readers' Favorite Book Award Winner now!

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Alinka is extremely knowledgeable and always willing to help authors in whatever way she can. I highly recommend this little gem of a book! - Patti Tingen, Award-Winning Inspirational Author

"How I Sold 80,000 Books" by Alinka Rutkowska covers it all from web page to social media to promotion, sales and everything in between. - Mary Adair, Award-Winning Author of Native American Romance Novels

The links included in the book are like gold dust, and you will find yourself watching/reading them over and over again as you forge your way through the publishing world. I only wish that I’d had access to this when I first started out. It would have saved me months of work. - Lyneal Jenkins, International Award-Winning, Best-Selling Author

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A Fantastic Resource. If only I had started with Alinka Rutkowska’s “How I Sold 80,000 Books”. There’s no fluff here, just clear, concise steps one can take to successfully market a book. Probably the best and most comprehensive one-stop guide I have seen, it provides a clear path for authors, agents and publishers alike. There are several pillars which support marketing success, the primary one being, as Alinka properly states, the product. The book world is awash with the dregs of poorly written works. So, how do you separate your crystalline work of literature from the rest? I would begin by reading “How I Sold 80,000 Books”.

Rick DeStefanis

Award-Winning Author of The Gomorrah Principle

www.rickdestefanis.com

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Alinka Rutkowska provides a wealth of information in "How I Sold 80,000 Books”. Whether you're a seasoned author or just starting out, there are plenty of tips that are sure to be helpful. Clear details and direction are provided along with links to various resources. I had the privilege of meeting Alinka through the Readers' Favorite forum. She is extremely knowledgeable and always willing to help authors in whatever way she can. I highly recommend this little gem of a book!

Patti Tingen

Award-Winning Inspirational Author

www.pattitingenauthor.com

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The must have resource for every author struggling with how to promote their book. “How I Sold 80,000 Books” by Alinka Rutkowska covers it all from web page to social media to promotion, sales and everything in between.

Do you know how to get reviews from Amazon Top Reviewers? It’s in “How I Sold 80,000 Books” by Alinka Rutkowska. Need a list of top book award contests? You will find that in “How I Sold 80,000 Books” by Alinka Rutkowska.

If you are a new author or if you have published 100 books, you will find suggestions and tips in “How I Sold 80,000 Books” that is sure to help you reach your goals.

Mary Adair

Award-Winning Author of Native American Romance Novels

www.maryadair.com

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Alinka Rutkowska’s “How I Sold 80,000 Books” is a ‘must have’ for all new and seasoned authors. This step-by-step guide gives straightforward, tried and tested methods, with detailed advice on how to avoid those bumps in the road that every writer encounters on their journey to becoming a best-selling author.

It covers everything from the moment you decide to write your novel to getting your work noticed by readers, including the editing process, formatting and book covers, getting your book in digital and printed format, reviews and awards, and most importantly, how to promote your work. She details the workings of social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, giving a comprehensive explanation of how to use them to your advantage.

Unlike most ‘how to’ books I have read in the past, Alinka presents the information in an easy-to-understand, friendly manner that makes you feel as if you are talking directly to the author. Although Alinka primarily writes children’s books, she is also a coach for budding authors, and the information put forth can be applied to any genre, aiding all authors, even those who have taken a more traditional route with a large publishing house.

The links included in the book are like gold dust, and you will find yourself watching/reading them over and over again as you forge your way through the publishing world. There are also direct links to sites such as Readers’ Favorite and book blogs, which will save you hours of Internet trawling time, allowing you to spend more time doing the thing you love—writing your best-selling novel.

Publishing is a ruthless market where your work is quickly swallowed up in the masses of books released each year. Alinka demonstrates a path that prevents your work becoming invisible and forces it out into the limelight. Any author who wishes for their book to be seen should read Alinka’s “How I sold 80,000 Books” and follow the advice inside. I promise you, it will not steer you wrong, and I only wish that I’d had access to this when I first started out. It would have saved me months of work.

Lyneal Jenkins

International Award-Winning, Best-Selling Author

http://lynealjenkins.com/

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