Daily Archives: January 12, 2018

Reaching readers if you write in multiple genres – could crowdfunding be the answer? An interview

Originally posted on Nail Your Novel:
What do you write? Not so long ago, most authors had to choose a genre and stick to it. But many of us are far more versatile. Our minds and our hearts don’t stand…

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Beware of Commonly Misstated Phrases

Originally posted on Book Editing:
DON’T embarrass yourself by saying or writing commonly misused idioms such as the following ones. The incorrect phrase is stated first, followed by the correct one: For all intensive purposes — For all intents and…

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Case Study: Using NetGalley and Goodreads for Book Marketing and Publicity. Via @janefriedman

Originally posted on How To Ebook:
Today I’m happy to share an exclusive with my readers: a case study on the book launch for?Mission: Jimmy Stewart and the Fight for Europe?by Robert Matzen. Sarah Miniaci at Smith Publicity and Kristina…

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How Promo Stacking Helps Authors Hit Bestseller Lists

Originally posted on How To Ebook:
BookBub Partners Blog by Diana Urban Hitting a bestseller list is no easy feat, but with the right budget and coordinated strategy, it’s not outside the realm of possibility. While there is no one single…

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How to Critique Someone’s Creative Effort

Originally posted on Expat Journal: Postcards from the Edge:
Stephen F. Dennstedt How to critique someone’s creative effort. Like social media there is an unspoken etiquette and protocol to be followed. However, as social norms continue to break down we…

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The 2018 Author Interview Series Featuring Lyn Horner

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Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
Welcome to 2018 and my new author interview series. Author interviews will be posted every Friday throughout the year. I am honored to continue this series with Lyn Horner. Lyn is a Texas author…

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Drawing on Myths and Legends

Drawing on Myths and Legends Definition of a Myth: Merriam-Webster Dictionary 1 a :  a usually traditional story of ostensibly historical events that serves to unfold part of the world view of a people or explain a practice, belief, or natural … Continue reading

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