Daily Archives: July 20, 2018

The 2018 Author Interview Series Featuring Debra Purdy Kong

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
This week’s author interview features Debra Purdy Kong. She brings her practical experience on the periphery of law enforcement and her degree in criminology to her writing. Her interview is enjoyable and revealing. I…

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What Will Move An Author To Promote His Book?

Originally posted on How To Ebook:
2 BookMarketingBuzzBlog by BookMarketingBuzzBlog  / What will influence authors as to whether they will promote their books to the news media? It’s not a trick question.  The author of the 21st century must be very active in promoting…

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How writers can engage on Twitter aka the Best memes for writers #authortoolboxhop #writerwednesday #writertips #writerslife

Originally posted on D.E. Haggerty:
If you spend any amount of time researching how to market your writing or yourself as an author, you’ve undoubtedly read that you should not only BE on social media, but you must ENGAGE…

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Friday Roundup – 20th July

Originally posted on Stevie Turner:
Thanks to the following authors/bloggers for these tips for writers: 1.  Writer’s Relief on Medium.com for these query mistakes that could lead to rejection: goo.gl/ezb4AJ 2.  Darren Rowse on Problogger about the frequency of emailing…

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What Happens When You Write More Things That Scare You?

Originally posted on Meg Dowell Writes:
1. You start writing things you normally wouldn’t … but somehow, it feels right. 2. You worry (a little) less about your future as a writer. 3. You stop trying to impress others and…

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One Surprising Question You May Not Ask Yourself

Originally posted on Story Empire:
Hello to all the Story Empire readers and thanks for visiting us once again today. I’m tasked with our Friday writing question this month so I’ve come up with one you may not consider. How…

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Creating Atmosphere In Fiction – by Esther Chilton

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