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Should you have your own book imprint?

The possibility of a brand image for my books hadn’t occurred to me until I read *Six Steps of Self Publishing, an excellent blog by Libby Fischer Hellmann. Libby, a crime writer, uses red herrings in her imprint. Her emblem

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The Creation of a Book Cover Design – Guest Post

Today we have a guest post from designer Scott Hale who has worked with Christina on multiple projects. In this post he will discuss his thought process and the steps he went through to create the art work for the

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Book Tour Day Nine: Laurie’s Thoughts and Reviews

Written in Ruberah Book Tour Day Nine, March 13, 2014 Read Christina’s guest post on Laurie’s Thoughts and Reviews: “How I Choose The Setting for My Novels” http://lauriethoughts-reviews.blogspot.com/2014/03/written-in-ruberah-age-of-jeweled.html?spref=tw

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Posted in Dream Chaser: Awakening, Myths and Legends, Paranormal Romance Genre, The Writing Life, Written in Ruberah, Written In Ruberah Book Tour

Mistakes I made self-publishing my first book—#1 Genre

Five years ago, after years of longing to write a novel, I dove in and produced a first draft. I then hired a highly recommended editor and rewrote the book several times, implementing her valuable suggestions. I published a well-written

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