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Welcome to our Blog! This is the one place where we will offer book reviews, author tour updates, interviews and commentary to you – the reader. For the author – we offer you a platform to promote and discuss your stories and ideals found in your books.

Sometimes, it’s not just the mere discussion of a book but how the reader relates to it on the RELATIVE READ-O-METER. The who? The what? Ok, I made it up but isn’t it possible that book sales can be determined by how well (or not) the readers relates to the topic? Can we assume that authors generate more sales when the reader has a connection? Of course! Authors seek out their “target” audience for book sales. But are they really maximizing their sales potential if they are marketing from one perspective. Hmmm.

We are going to challenge this idea tomorrow with our latest book club pick, Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen. We are going to explore the various views of the club members and the ultimate stretch to the authors marketing strategy.

Author Exposure Book Club is ready to relate and discuss the topics within a story. Let’s get beyond the intent of the inside of a dust jacket. We are avid readers of fiction and nonfiction books covering a wide variety of genres including – business, science fiction, romance, memoirs, true crime, biography, classics and more. Join us!

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Traci

About Traci

Traci is the founder of Author Exposure and personality behind the Confessions of a Book Addict series (#litconfessions). Using her talents as both a project manager and Certified Author Assistant, she will launch launched Icart Pages, LLC in 2016 to offer personalized project management services to entrepreneurs, with a specialization in navigating authors through the publishing and marketing processes.

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