Monthly Archives: January 2017

9 Hot Trends In Publishing In 2017

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
Image: Publishing Executive ( Written World Media, one of my favorite sources of information on publishing, published earlier this month a post on the trends that will define our industry in 2017 (if you…

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Sharing a chapter from my second book in the Frank Rozzani Detective Series – Let Me Be Frank – And it’s $.99 for a limited time

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
Publishing your first book is a scary proposition. The only thing that might be more scary is publishing your second. When I wrote Frankly Speaking, I set it up as the first book in…

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Writing Quotes — Roald Dahl

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A Perfect 10 with Jill Sammut

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
In this edition of A Perfect 10, We sit down with author and self-proclaimed underpaid superhero, Jill Sammut. I hope you will enjoy her answers to the 10 questions. I know I did.  Does writing energize…

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A Successful Book Signing

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Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
I had the pleasure of participating in a book signing with my co-author on the new book, Frank Immersed, at the Harbour Village Marina in Ponce Inlet, Florida yesterday, 1/28/17. It was a fun event…

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How To Write A Press Release For A Book

Originally posted on How To Ebook:
Learn how to write a book press release that gets printed by big news agencies and increases your book sales. Get our free book press release template here ?

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A Writer’s Responsibility

Originally posted on The PBS Blog:
Writers must understand what their responsibility is as a voice. As a shofar to the world. Low self-worth, ignorance, and low self-esteem can be smelled from miles away. The stench of give up is…

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Extra Innings – Part 16

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
Joe is starting to see some cracks in this timeline. On the whole, it seemed positive. What he learns this week may shake him on that assumption just a bit. We will have to…

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Rewrite – The Writer’s Bane

Rewrite – The Writer’s Bane Rewrite – The Writer’s Bane Today I’m going to discuss the bane of writing: Rewriting. Here’s a brief recap of revising: basically you are fixing scenes, dialogue, fixing the chronology, checking the point of views … Continue reading

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Making the Case for Indie AND Traditional Publishing (For Writers and Readers)

Originally posted on The Write Stuff:
(Part II… again sharing here with Marcia’s permission. Did I leave anything out?) by Kassandra Lamb I envy writers under thirty. Not for their youth, but because they have never known a publishing world…

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