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Kent’s Magazine Corner
26 May 2016

Kent’s Magazine Corner

Welcome back to the latest edition of Kent’s Book Magazine Corner. Every month I get to show off some of the coolest and most creative books magazines done with the Blurb platform. And as my strike-throughs indicate, this month it’s all about the magazine. The Magazine is one of my absolute favorite formats—both to consume and to create with. It seems to offer people the...

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How to Market Your Self-Published Book
24 May 2016

How to Market Your Self-Published Book

Few things sell simply because they exist. When you’ve just spent yourself finishing a project, that can be hard to remember. It’s true: there’s a big difference between making your book and marketing it. Getting your book to sell might seem daunting, but it’s not impossible. You have to make a plan. Set Your Goals What defines success for your book? How many copies do...

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How to Promote your Fantasy Novel from Isis Sousa
20 May 2016

How to Promote your Fantasy Novel from Isis Sousa

When a young author’s debut novel has four and a half stars based on 22 customer reviews you take notice. Such is the case with Isis Sousa’s Night of Elisa, an illustrated dark fantasy novel that freely mixes elements of comic books, fantasy fiction, and film. Her print books (done with Blurb) are visually stunning, transcending the realm of traditional fiction. (In the interest of...

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Have a PDF? Just upload and publish!
19 May 2016

Have a PDF? Just upload and publish!

Blurb has built its reputation on providing an array of great creation tools, and producing beautiful books. But what if you have already created a file, or have a PDF that’s ready to publish without going through any of our creation tools? We take care of that, too. We have a tool that will enable your file to work with the trim sizes of any...

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6 Ways to Choose Images for Your Book
18 May 2016

6 Ways to Choose Images for Your Book

An image is worth a thousand words. And in the land of emojis, your audience might not be patient enough to pay attention to what you have to say. That’s why choosing the right images to tell your story is so important. As you might know, it’s highly recommended to place all the graphics you are planning to use into one source folder in your...

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