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3 Book Marketing Myths to Avoid – by Sandra Beckwith…

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on The Book Designer:

When I was in college, one of the girls in my dorm terrified us with the “true” story of “The Hook,” a killer with a hook for a hand who attacked a couple in a parked car.

The storyteller insisted it was true because it happened to the cousin of a friend of a friend on Long Island. How could we argue with that? TRUTH!

You’ve probably heard the story, too, and by now we all know it’s a classic urban legend.

Urban legends aren’t limited to horror stories, though. In the book publishing industry, a better term for them is “myths,” and there are a lot of book marketing myths.

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