Book Promoters

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The Book Promoters

There are about 600,000 to one million books self-published every year in the U. S. alone, according to Nick Morgan.

This has created an entire “self-publising” industry. It has also made new problems. It’s extremely difficult for you to sell your books or even stand out online or anywhere for that matter because everyone is writing a book these days.

The question is…”what makes you different?”

Your personal goal should be to get more reviews and blog mentions online for your book and get your book in more readers hands. It doesn’t matter how good your book is, your book will sell or vanish depending on the marketing.

Without that, the race ended before it started. Remember the (at least) 600,000 books published every year? Many good books will go unnoticed. Writing a good book is just the beginning. Marketing gets the book noticed and persuades people to buy it.
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― Toni Morrison

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Meet and Greet



Authors Without Borders wants to thank all the people who came to our event “Meet and Greet.” It was a wonderful turnout and I believe we all learned from each other how to move ahead with promoting and marketing our books. Some of the attendees are new and just starting out and said they have the courage to start their first books that have been sitting for years.

What was so valuable was the fact many developed websites, were illustrators, instructors with other writing groups and conferences.

We are looking forward to doing another Meet and Greet event in April of 2017.


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Authors helping Authors

Alberta is a co-founder to Authors Without Borders ( which formed back in 2007. At the time, six authors made up the group.  Now in 2016, we are four women who meet monthly and try to brainstorm on ideas to move ahead with our writing books, publishing, marketing, where we are headed, and what do we want to accomplish?

Advantage of becoming a group?

1. Support when depression hits!

2. Talking about what works and doesn’t

3. Sharing the expense of festivals and events

4. Offering workshops, talks, books signings as a group

5. Forming our own NBTV-95 Cable TV show for other authors with interviews in New Bedford, MA

6. Willie Pleasants has her own cable TV show in Boston, MA “Willie’s Web.”

7. The joy of just meeting once a month for lunch and talking about “whatever.”


Authors Without Borders members.  Left front: Willie Pleasants (short stories and poetry), Joyce Keller Walsh (mysteries)

Right front: Pat Perry (fantasy and comedy), Alberta Sequeira (memoirs and non-fiction)  Visit us at 

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