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Beth Jusino
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Writer. Editor. Teacher. Marketer. Reader. @editorialdept Director of Author Marketing. @uwexco publishing teacher. Freelancing, city-dwelling, tide-loving Jersey girl turned Seattleite.
Writer. Editor. Teacher. Marketer. Reader. @editorialdept Director of Author Marketing. @uwexco publishing teacher. Freelancing, city-dwelling, tide-loving Jersey girl turned Seattleite.

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Part 2 of my interview at SavvyAuthors.com, in which I defend social media, acronyms, and the entire concept of marketing.

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New on the occasional blog: When most new writers think about “getting published,” they think about landing an agent, who in turn will get them a deal with one of the Big Five publishers in New York. But that’s not the only way—and for a lot of writers and projects, that’s not the best way. http://bethjusino.com/2014/09/04/publish-small-press/ 

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“It’s time for me to get an agent,” the writer told me. “I’m tired of trying to market my work all by myself.” While I sympathize with the tired feeling, I had to break it to him... 

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Big press? Small press? Self publishing? Curated publishing?

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 Like it or not, an author has to market their work. But it doesn't have to make you miserable...and for the next couple of weeks, learning how doesn't have to cost you anything. The Author's Guide to Marketing is now free to download at NoiseTrade.com #bookmarketingtips  

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New on the blog: Am I a Marketing Failure?

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"Cover blurbs aren't reviews. They're advertisements. No space for balanced, nuanced positivity. Nothing can be interesting; it must be fascinating. Good isn't good enough; it must be great."

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Penguins and Amish sci fi success stories... and some advice about #selfpublishing. How could you resist?

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An interview with prolific mystery and thriller author Simon Wood, who is coming to Seattle on August 9 for an all-day marketing seminar sponsored by the Mystery Writers of America, Northwest Chapter.
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