What’s up? As you may or may not know, aside from my music career, I am also currently employed as a cook at Zaxby’s in Thomasville, North Carolina, where Shelly Leibel is the General Manager. If you would like to work at this location, roll on down to Zaxby’s at 1148 Randolph Street in Thomasville, and ask Shelly or another member of our Management Team for a job application. Tell ’em Benji sent ya!
Monthly Archives: January 2017
Take Advantage Of Smorgasbord’s Free Promos in 2017
Sally Cronin of Smorgasbord is a tireless supporter of writers in general and a wonderful friend of Indies in particular. She regularly offers for free services that others charge an arm and a leg for. For example, in 2016 she built the Cafe and Bookstore which now includes 120 authors and some 500 books.
Now, Sally wants to build up on this and use it as a promotional platform. At least twice a week, she will do a Cafe and Bookstore Update featuring the authors who are in the bookstore with their latest release and a review of their previous books, or with the most recent review for their last release. With three authors per update, this also results in extra coverage, as she asks the authors to share on their own networks. This drives more traffic to the post, benefiting all authors in the Cafe.
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Ninni & Mika’s Vagabond Moon Now Featured On Hiscox Live
Ninni & Mika’s Vagabond Moon now featured on Hiscox Live artists of the week check it out here http://www.hiscoxlive.com/
Vagabond Moon, a track from Ninni & Mika’s Love Will Come Around EP avail on http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/ninniandmika & all the usual outlets on digital download UK & Ireland only.
#PoweredByIndie: Amazon’s Latest Indie Initiative
Chris McMullen alerted me to a brand new Amazon initiative that aims at supporting Indie authors: the #PoweredByIndie hashtag. Amazon is encouraging indie authors to use the #PoweredByIndie hashtag on relevant social media posts, namely your own writing resolutions and indie book recommendations. So, be sure to add the tag to any tweets and posts about your Indie books, and hopefully they will be featured on Amazon.
Specifically, Amazon has created a landing page for indie authors’ writing resolutions and recommendations for indie books (it’s worth exploring, as the page includes many books and audio books geared toward writing and publishing):
Also check out regularly the Amazon KDP Facebook page for information straight from the horse’s mouth and various publishing tips:
Please Support Emotional Beats
If you have found Emotional Beats helpful, please share the tweet below and, who knows, maybe it, too, will be featured…
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