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New book, “Black Author Secrets: How I Make $2,500 + In Book Sales Every Month!” is the first ever African American guide to selling more books

Black Author Secrets E-Book by Dante Lee

Nationwide (BlackNews.com) — Award-winning entrepreneur Dante Lee has just published the first ever African American guide to selling more books, and in this unique step-by-step guide, he reveals all of his secrets on how authors can be more profitable and more successful. The book is entitled, Black Author Secrets: How I Make $2,500+ in Book Sales Every Month! and it’s exclusively available for just $2.99 via his publishing company at www.UrbanEbooks.com.

In this 108-page book, Lee, who himself sells an average of 100 books or more per day, teaches existing and aspiring authors everything they need to know to generate constant streams of revenue with their books. He shares his own personal knowledge, insight and experience!

“I wrote this book,” Lee comments, “because I know that a lot of authors, especially African American authors, are having difficulty making money from their books. They spend a year or more writing, editing, and proofreading, and then after the book comes out, nothing happens!”

He adds, “This book is the first book of it’s kind that shows African American authors exactly what they need to do to make at least $2,500 a month in book sales.”

The topics covered in the book include:

* Who I Am and Why You Should Listen to Me
* Understanding the Book Industry – Facts Vs. Myths
* What it Takes to Be a New York Times Bestselling Author
* How to Come Up with the Best Possible Title for Your Book
* How to Design the Best Possible Book Cover for Your Book
* How to Edit, Proofread, and Create the Best Possible Content
* How to Get Your Book Published
* How to Publish Your Book Yourself (and keep more profits)
* How to Create Your Own Online Book Store
* How to Actually Make Money from Your Book
* The Best Pricing Strategies for Your Books
* The Best Marketing Ideas for Your Book
* The Best Black Author/ Business Events to Promote Your Book at
* and much more!

 

 

The book also includes:

* More than 30 colorful images of some of the best-selling African American book covers

 

 

* Step-by-step instructions and snapshots on how to create your own online book store

* Amazing strategies, tips and techniques that publishers, book stores, and other successful authors would never share with you!
But wait, there’s more!

As a companion, Lee has also released another e-book entitled 7 Killer Black PR Secrets: How to Get Your Story in Any African American Newspaper, Magazine, and Blog (What PR Firms and Journalists Will Never Tell You!). This book is the first publication ever that teaches both African American authors and entrepreneurs to maximize their potential with the Black media. Readers will learn how to develop, enhance, and distribute eye-catching, sensational and mind-blowing press releases.

For more details about either book, visit www.UrbanEbooks.com

 

Photo: Bookcover

 

 

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