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simon

simon has written 381 posts for readersvoice.com

Jennifer Lancaster p1

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. For this issue I went to see author Jennifer Lancaster give a talk about book marketing, aimed at self-publishers of fiction and non-fiction. Her own books include Power Marketing; and How to Control Your Financial Destiny. These are just a few of the great tips she gave.

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Some platforms and websites worth checking out to help marketing your self-published book…

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Some more book marketing tips for self-publishers from Jennifer Lancaster, and some favorite books…

Lifeline Bookfest p1

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. For this issue, I attended the recent Lifeline Bookfest, where more than a million secondhand books went on sale over ten days in Brisbane. It’s a fascinating event held to raise money for the charity Lifeline, which supplies services like phone counselling. These Bookfest events should be held in cities around the world.

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Browsing at the Lifeline Bookfest…

Lifeline Bookfest, Brisbane

Bookfests should go international…

SUPANOVA p1

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. For this issue, I caught a few artists, writers, directors and voice actors giving talks at various sessions at Supanova, which is a comic-con-style event. It mainly focuses on the scifi and fantasy genres….

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More reading tips from animator Jonathon Saunders and voice actor Morgan Garrett, from Supanova…

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Reading tips from Josh Grelle, a voice actor from the anime Attack on Titan, and director Scott Brewer from Garrison 7, at Supanova…

Cindy Yang p1

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. Cindy Yang is an animator, whose 2d films include Noon and Popsicle. Noon is a dreamy, relaxed short animation about a woman sleeping at noon in her quiet apartment, while the noisy bustling street life of Taiwan goes on outside. Popsicle is about a brother and sister coping with their mother’s death. There are some very interesting manga and anime recommendations in this interview.