Month: March 2019

Celebrating 55 Years of Willy Wonka

March 25th marks the 55th anniversary of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory! My, how time flies! In case you need a refresher course, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a 1964 children\’s novel by British author Roald Dahl. The story features the adventures of young Charlie Bucket inside the chocolate factory of eccentric chocolatier Willy …

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HTCG is a FINALIST in the IBPA Benjamin Franklin Awards™!

Imagine my delight and excitement when I received an email on 3/18 stating that yet another Audrey Press book is a finalist in 31st annual IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award™! In 2017, Audrey Press\’ own Hannah Rials won an IBPA Ben Franklin Award in the New Voices Category! How to Coach Girls by Mia Wenjen and Alison …

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The Content Conundrum | What Authors Can Blog About

Guest post by Becky Flansburg Blogging is such an invaluable tool for authors. There are a lot of different definitions for a blog, but put simply, a blog (short for \”web log\”) is a website or part of a website where you can post regular entries of opinion pieces, news, case studies, your email newsletter …

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Music Teachers-The key to success is keeping up with the times

\”Make your marketing count. Think like an entrepreneur!\” Sage advice for any small business or solopreneur. Author, entrepreneur, and veteran piano instruction professional, Noreen Wenjen knows first hand that the key to success is keeping up with the times. After two decades of teaching at two flourishing piano studios and maintaining her own two-year waitlist, …

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The Secret Sauce of Social Media Sharing for Authors

If you are an author or influencer, you know that having a profile on social media is not enough. You need to actually do something with it in an authentic non-spammy way to make it work for you. Social media needs to be just that; SOCIAL. Spend time sharing other people’s content, commenting on their …

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Blog Post Ideas for When the Creativity Well Goes Dry

So you’ve discovered the value of blogging to spread your brand, share your expertise and bring new visitors to your site (visitors who could potentially turn into book-buying customers!). But now that you are in the thick of creating insightful and valuable content for your business blog, you’ve also discovered are times when you “lose …

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Two-Year Waitlist: An Entrepreneurial Guide for Music Teachers is HERE!

When we hear a mention of the “private piano teacher,” the initial reaction is likely to picture an elderly instructor wearing horn-rim glasses and a disapproving glare. This imagined teacher is also the one who struggles to teach less than willing students and is running their music studio as a side business or hobby. In …

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