#AuthorToolboxBlogHop: 5+1 Great Book Marketing Tips That Won’t Cost Anything
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#AuthorToolboxBlogHop: 5+1 Great Book Marketing Tips That Won’t Cost Anything

I’m excited to join Raimey Gallant’s #AuthorToolbox monthly blog hop (around the third Wednesday of each month) with the theme of resources/learning for authors. Post are related to the craft of writing, editing, querying, marketing, publishing, blogging tips for authors, reviews of author-related products, anything that an author would find helpful. Hoppers share our experiences as … Continue reading

New Release: Best.Night.Ever
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New Release: Best.Night.Ever

I’m so excited to host good efriend and writing colleague Stephanie Faris with the launch of her new collaborative book of stories. It’s title: Best. Night. Ever It’s written with her fellow authors, Rachele Alpine, Ronni Arno, Alison Cherry, Jen Malone, Gail Nall, and Dee Romito Love Actually meets Adventures in Babysitting in this hilarious novel written by seven authors about seven classmates … Continue reading

Tech Tip for Writers #115: The 3-Click Rule
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Tech Tip for Writers #115: The 3-Click Rule

Tech Tips for Writers is a (sometimes) weekly post on overcoming Tech Dread. I’ll cover issues that friends, both real-time and virtual, have shared. Feel free to post a comment about a question you have. I’ll cover it in a future Tip. Q: Some writing websites/blogs are confusing. I click through way too many options … Continue reading

How to Amplify your Writing Career or 6 Bad Writing Habits to Drop Right Now
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How to Amplify your Writing Career or 6 Bad Writing Habits to Drop Right Now

Please welcome guest blogger, Linda Craig. She is a blogger and freelance journalist so spends a lot of time at the keyboard, putting virtual pen to paper. Today, she’s going to share what she avoids in her professional writing. A few of these suggestions may surprise you: As a creative writer, you really need to develop … Continue reading