promoting your books

So I have a question I’m curious about I’ve been promoting my Ebook like a nut for the past few month.. My question is when do you ease up on promoting as much. And let word of mouth start?

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CANVAS OF THE HEART BY MELISSA TAGGART

Rosies Book Heaven

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Canvas of the Heart is a heartwarming romantic novel about a young woman named Lindsey who has cerebral palsy and about her daily life dealing with CP.

Canvas of the Heart is romantic novel about a young woman with cerebral palsy, and how she rises above the term disability’ through her relationship with friends, family, and above all, the man who becomes her husband.

Funny, sexy and inspirational, the book focuses on Lindsey’s insights, struggles and triumphs by teaching us that those with disabilities can also lead rich, full lives.

EXCERPT

Sitting in my room reading a science fiction book I’d just bought from the local bookstore, I was excited by the job offer I had received from the store manager who wanted to replace an assistant who had just quit that morning. He had spotted me browsing the shelves, and as I was practically a daily visitor, he’d approached me…

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5 Things You Should Never Say to an Indie Author

Sarahbeth Caplin

The next installment of the Indie Author Life series:

This post can apply to a variety of people, not just authors. Some of it also applies to traditionally-published authors. Bottom line: ignorance of the publishing industry is a daily reality that drives us crazy at best, and makes us wonder why we bother writing at worst.

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