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support fellow authors

How can you support fellow authors?

1. Support local press companies.  Even though it may cost almost nothing to print out of the country it is very important to support local businesses.  After all, what goes around comes around!

2. Suggest books you like and are reading on Goodreads and other similar websites.  Blog about the books that move you.

3. Write reviews for your fellow authors.  Take a few minutes to write a review on Amazon, Goodreads, Barns & Nobles and other book stores.  Don’t forget the ebook stores as well.  More and more people are creating ebooks.  iReader is one place where you can write reviews.

4. Donate your book to either a local school library or your local library.  Many people out there don’t have the opportunity to buy books or read them online.

5. Purchase your favourite authors’ books.  Purchasing your favourite authors’ books helps support the literary community.  The more we support the literary community the greater chance we have at success in the literary world.

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