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How Crowdfunding Allows You to Experiment Outside Your Genre

Established writers can't often—and probably shouldn’t—publish far outside of their area of expertise. It’s a fast way to alienate your existing fan base. But crowdfunding allows you to experiment outside of your genre for a project you want to see out in the world.
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The Power of Pods: Ask Your Friends to Lead a Mini-Brigade on Your Behalf

Author Robert Wilder explains the concept of pods (spheres of influence) and how to use them to help promote your book.
Emily Grosvenor, Tessalation

Using Kickstarter to Fund a Children’s Picture Book

Author Emily Grosvenor explains how she has constructed a Kickstarter campaign for her children's book, Tessalation!
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Is Crowdfunding Right for You? 5 Questions

Today's guest post is by Justine Schofield, the communications coordinator for Pubslush, a crowdfunding publishing platform. You’ve probably heard of