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Reviewed by Sherri Fulmer Moorer for Readers' Favorite
Promotion is the bane of being a writer. We're creators so naturally, we don't want to change our introverted ways to get out there and "push" our work. Writing is a business and must be treated as such, so how do we overcome our tendencies to get our work out into the world? You need help from your friends, and one such friend is Dale L. Roberts. His three books in The Amazon Self Publisher: How to Sell More Books on Amazon (Amazon Keywords for Books, Promotional Strategies for Books, and Amazon Reviews for Books) give readers valuable insights into the business of books, and information on the most important things you need to know once your book is released.
The Amazon Self Publisher: How to Sell More Books on Amazon should be required reading for every published author. Dale L. Roberts gives readers simple, doable strategies to get your books to your target audience, and to keep the momentum going. His straight delivery and awesome insights are something that we all need to refer back to for every book release to keep the business of books going. You can't simply release it and forget it in this information age. You have to stand behind it and keep pushing with the tools and knowledge he generously passes on to you. Writers, you absolutely must read this book if you want to have a chance at succeeding. A good book isn't enough. Roberts knows how to give you more to propel that book to where it belongs - into the hands of appreciative readers who will continue to support you throughout your writing career.