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Connecticut Authors and Publishers Association Names Robyn-Jay Bage as President

Connecticut Authors and Publishers Association (CAPA) voted last month that Robyn-Jay Bage, M.P.A. will become the next president of the organization. Her appointment took effect on January 1, 2022. An administrator by trade, Robyn has over 30 years of experience in the operation of nonprofit organizations and is currently a professor teaching business, management, andContinue reading “Connecticut Authors and Publishers Association Names Robyn-Jay Bage as President”

Tips for Categories on Amazon

If you’re an indie/self-published author, keeping track of your Categories on Amazon is a useful tool to help boost visibility for your books–and it likely won’t cost you anything either. I’m going to show you some tips on your categories and also walk through why they’re important. When you publish through Amazon’s KDP, they allowContinue reading “Tips for Categories on Amazon”

Upcoming Meetings

Earlier this month, a poll was sent to CAPA members for feedback regarding attendance at in-person meetings. The results are telling: 50% of respondents would be comfortable to attend an indoor, in-person meeting in August. 54% of respondents would be comfortable to attend an indoor, in-person meeting in September. For both questions, 30% of respondentsContinue reading “Upcoming Meetings”

TikTok for Authors? Yes!

Just about everyone has at least heard of the social media giants: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Pinterest. But there’s a understandable chance you may not know about this new giant…

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