List of Author Events in the USA

Hello authors and readers,

We thought you’d like to check out this website that has a comprehensive list of author events happening in the USA.

Do let us know if you need help with goodie bags and gifts. We will be happy to assist you!


Human Relations Indie Book Awards


Human Relations Indie Book Awards

The Human Relations Indie Book Awards is organized by Susan Louise Peterson. She had contacted International Book Promotion (IBP) to seek sponsorship opportunities. We are sponsoring 7 book trailers for the Director’s Choice winners.

The purpose of the Human Relations Indie Book Awards is to recognize indie authors who have written books with a human relations focus related to various interactions among people in different settings such as work, organizations, school, home, family or in personal lives. For further information, visit Human Relations Indie Book Awards and join the contest to win a #cinematic #booktrailer from IBP ! Human Relations Indie Book Awards !

How To Promote a Video on Social Media

At International Book Promotion, we have been helping authors to increase the online presence through video marketing and the infographic below tells you why videos are effective in ensuring your messages reaching the target audience.

We’ve also had clients telling us how their book trailers had been helping them to sell books. You too can utilise technological tools to sell books, if you how to use them effectively.

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Testimonial from a client



The Truth About Author Websites | Digital Book World


What is the purpose of the author website? Is it essential or decorative? A primary focus or an afterthought? An effective tool or a waste of time and money?

Source: The Truth About Author Websites | Digital Book World

Get a Brand New Author Website Designed for only $250

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At IBP, fully understand the constraints you face as an author who gets dizzy looking at the technological jargon. Let us take care of designing a website that articulate your profession as an author. We custom-design your website and walk you through the process so that you get to learn about using a website for promotional purposes.

All new authors out there, you get to enjoy a brand new author website for only $250 instead of the normal price of $350. Offer valid from now through July 2016. Check out this page for more details and contact us to book the service today!

Intro Price: 50 Mini Business Cards for $50 (inclusive delivery)

Hello authors,

If you’re about to launch your new book or promote your books at events, we’ve something great for you.
We’re happy to introduce mini business cards to jazz up your identity as authors.
Introductory offer:
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Get 50 pcs of mini business cards with features as below for only $50:
-Personalized 1.0″ x 2.75″ size cards come in full color, double-sided on heavy 15pt card stock with full UV gloss finish. They are inexpensive but they don’t look like the cheap business cards found elsewhere.
-FREE design service with a proof-copy emailed for approval prior to production
-Price INCLUSIVE of shipping within the USA only (estimated arrival – three weeks from the time you place your order).
For more info, please write to us at and we’ll be happy to assist you.
Speak soon.

Founder of IBP


Some Useful Tips from IBP’s Editor


There are a few things for authors to do before sending manuscripts to an editor.

If you have your manuscript ready and wanting to it edited by a professional editor, you might want to read this post further to see if your manuscript is really ready  to be sent to an editor because there are certain things you, as the author, should do before you seek an editor’s help. 

We asked our editor to share some useful tips for authors so that they could double check their work before sending it out to an editor. 

1) The biggest mistake comes in the form of commas. People don’t know how to use them. They should read this page before deciding their manuscript is ready for review:
2) Put the manuscript away for 2 weeks, then proofread it again. Their brain will be fresh and able to better see mistakes and the odd word here and there that the spell-checker missed.
3) Numbers seem to be confusing, also. Never start a sentence with a written number. 0-9. It takes the brain a moment to see a number after getting used to letters. It puts a bump in the reader’s attention.
4) Ages written out with letters or numbers have dashes.
Two-years-old / 2-years-old
two years old / 2 years old
5) Research any information given as facts. A detective cannot work outside his/her jurisdiction without permission from local PD. Someone coming from L.A. cannot just walk into Chicago and arrest someone. Call a police station in the area to be worked and ask to talk with someone in media relations. Let them know you are writing a fictional story and you need clarification on protocols. Explain what your character is doing. Ask if their city allows the action. If you know you will have more questions later on, ask for someone’s name and direct number so you can contact them again.
6) Weapons -research your weapon. An AK-47 does not use buckshot.
7) Never use the Tab button to indent the start of a paragraph. Set up your paragraphs from the Paragraph Dialog Box. YouTube has lots of how-to videos for different types of writing programs. Go to YouTube and search ‘paragraph dialog box’ and find one for the program you use. It’s very easy to use these boxes.