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Dealing with prejudice? We’re all confronting bias in 2019. Here’s how to become part of the solution.

To combat a rising tide of racism, the Michigan State University School of Journalism’s Bias Busters program is releasing a library of 11 different volumes in its series on racial, cultural and religious diversity. In these books, they say: “We answer the questions everybody is asking, but nobody is answering.” This column also includes a 1-page downloadable flyer about this new Cultural Competence Library.

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Tips for Authors: Selecting stable URLs to share with readers in your columns or your book

Opening a book is like stepping into a new world. Now, publishing technology allows publishers to create worlds as big and vibrant as the entire Internet. Adding links to a book also streamlines the traditional processes of providing citations, additional resources and further reading to readers. Both printed books and eBooks can include multimedia and […]

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20 Book Marketing Tips For Effective Authors: How many of these have you checked off?

Marketing director Susan Stitt provides a one-stop checklist of ideas smart authors should consider to build an ever-growing audience for new books. There is so much excitement surrounding a book launch that we can forget to take time to organize ways to keep in touch with our new readers, allies and angels. Susan’s checklist represents many ways you can work on building a real community around your book.

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We started 2 bookstores—and actually sell through hundreds, now.

Q: “Why do you have two bookstores?” That’s a common question from readers who discover we are operating a ReadTheSpirit magazine Bookstore as well as a Front Edge Publishing Bookstore, which we launched in 2018. Answer: Since our founding in 2007, we have launched two bookstores to display our books. However, the answer is more […]

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