My nephew has published his first book and has a book signing coming up. Should I create a hub about the book? Take a look at the link below and tell me if I should.
Thanks in advance,
Why no! Be sure to include a link (Amazon?) to purchase.
Do you even need to ask? Whenever you have exciting news, make a hub. And congrats to your Nephew.
Thanks for the support guys and for the kudos. I will take your collective advice and make a hub. Stay tuned!
I have created the hub and have included the link here:
I will ad to it as the book signing approaches.
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