Books Quotes and Posters Month
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Book Quotes and Posters Month

We decided to feature some great book quotes on posters this month that my design team has created for me. I really don’t know what I will be writing about in the posts but I do have some ideas. We hope you enjoy each one and will share, comment, and like each one with your family and friends. If you have questions for me just use my CONTACT US form – ALL SPAM CONTACTS/COMMENTS ARE DELETED.

Readers

Now that I have quite a few books published this year it has been suggested that we start stretching them out to every quarter instead of every month. I guess that makes sense in that it will allow my readers time to get excited about the upcoming books, purchase them, and hopefully read and write a review. I just cannot tell you how important it is for writers to get reviews for all of their hard work. It really does not matter if you liked the story or not only that you give each book an “honest” review. If you want to encourage your favorite writers to keep writing then write reviews, subscribe to their blogs, and leave comments on their social media posts.

Writers

We want to always encourage our readers to please, please, please take a few minutes and post a review somewhere. They will eventually circulate here and there. I have noticed that ones posted on Goodreads sometimes end up on Amazon. I could be mistaken and someone just posted the same exact review in both places. But having ‘honest’ reviews does go towards your search rankings in all of the places your books are sold. It will eventually aid in sales too. If you haven’t joined Goodreads, please do so as soon as possible. Not only will you be able to share your love of books with like-minded people but you can use it as a marketing tool as well.

Our Poster Today:

“There is a great deal of difference between an eager man who wants to read a book and the tired man who wants a book to read.” Gilbert K. Chesterton – https://www.chesterton.org/who-is-this-guy/ He is more widely known for writing the Father Brown Mystery Series.

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