Guest post by Dean Burgess. Every author needs a website. A website acts as a kind of portfolio, business card, or storefront for your author business. You can use it to build a following, promote a new book, share information about yourself with your fans, or sell copies of your book directly to consumers. Even if you work with a publisher, a website is important for establishing your brand and attracting an audience. Check out the following tips from JD&J Book Cover Design for help getting your author website up and running!
If you want to improve upon your own writing, then read more, this is what many of the great authors recommend (and keep doing), becoming immersed in great new books to improve upon their own talent and boost their inspiration too.
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