Today, I hope you’ll check out the websites and follow the following authors:
- Jan Moran (@janmoran) author of SCENT OF TRIUMPH
- John Dolan (@JohnDolanAuthor) author of EVERYBODY BURNS
- Donna McDonald (@donnamcdonald13) author of DATING A COUGAR (Never Too Late Series)
If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
- 3 ways to drive leads on LinkedIn http://ow.ly/h9Nqi
- 6 Reasons Being a Pirate is Like Being a Writer http://ow.ly/h9MVm Very clever post!
- Let Characters Be Wrong http://ow.ly/h9N3E @mooderino RT @elizabethscraig
- 11 Reasons Your Blog is on a Road to Nowhere (And What to Do About It) http://ow.ly/h9Njk via @copyblogger
- Use Email Without Feeling Like SPAM from Author Matthew Turner http://t.co/0xX9KQxx via @Wiseink RT @janice_hardy
- We Have a History: Making Backstory Work for You http://ow.ly/habC9 by @Janice_Hardy Good suggestions!
- How to Write a Synopsis http://ow.ly/habHW The conclusion is the big reveal without the bang!
- Using Meyers-Briggs to Keep Your Characters in Character http://ow.ly/habTz @booklifenow
- Time Marches On: Dealing With the Passage of Time Between Scenes http://ow.ly/hac1G via @Janice_Hardy
- A Success Fitness Survey: 13 Little Things You’re Doing to Sabotage Your Success http://ow.ly/hafXS via @janmoran
- How to handle rejection from journalists when doing PR http://ow.ly/haiEC via @publicityhound
- One on One: Twitter’s Photo Editor Vs. Instagram http://ow.ly/haiXX
- 20 Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts http://ow.ly/hal0G
- How to Create a Strong Dramatic Premise http://ow.ly/halpf
- How (and When) to Give Yourself a Break http://ow.ly/haltg via ava_jae
- Legal Issues in Self-Publishing: What Authors Need to Know http://ow.ly/halzm by Bernard Starr
- Fight Scenes That Sizzle http://ow.ly/halFY
- What Makes A Southern Novel? http://ow.ly/halK1
- This Week On Twitter: Twitter Brand Case Study, TweetDeck In Trouble, Annoying Social Media Users http://ow.ly/halS3
I’m always looking for great content to share. If you have a writing and/or marketing blog, or have a favorite that you visit often, please leave a link in the comment section. Thanks for stopping by.
Happy writing & running, Kathy