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A Perfect 10 with Melanie Jayne

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
Today’s perfect 10 interview session is with author Melanie Jayne. The questions in these interviews are designed to gain more insight into the inspiration, background and strategy of the authors that stop by. Please…

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10 Major Areas Authors Must Choose For Marketing Their Books

Originally posted on How To Ebook:
BookMarketingBuzzBlog by BookMarketingBuzzBlog Authors hear a lot of the same advice about book marketing and publicity.  It’s very obvious what needs to be done.  The question is how does one do these things especially with…

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#MotownWriters: How to Write From a Child’s Perspective—But for Adult Readers via @janefriedman

Originally posted on Motown Writers Network . . . Michigan Literary Network:
100+ Jane Friedman by Jane Friedman If you’ve ever tried to write children’s literature, you probably found that it’s just as hard as writing for adults, even if the work is typically shorter.…

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A Perfect 10 with Kathrin Spinnler

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Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
Today’s perfect 10 interview session is with author Kathrin Spinnler. The questions in these interviews are designed to gain more insight into the inspiration, background and strategy of the authors that stop by. Please…

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Get book publicity with #HARO

Originally posted on How To Ebook:
Build Book Buzz by Sandra Beckwith Want free book publicity? Subscribe to Help a Reporter Out — HARO. HARO is a free daily email service that connects journalists with sources. The 800,000-plus people who use it…

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#Motownwriters: 14 Ways Authors Can Cross-Promote Each Other’s Books

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14 Ways Authors Can Cross-Promote Each Other’s Books BookBub Partners Blog by Diana Urban Many authors cross-promote each other’s books to gain visibility with a relevant new audience of readers. It’s a mutually…

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Starting a story III

Originally posted on Story Empire:
Hi, Gang. Craig here again, and I’m back on the topic of starting a story. I also want to weave in the importance of a good notebook. For reference purposes, here are the links to…

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