By Jeanne Kisacky on Writer Unboxed
Whether on a book cover, a website design, an ad, or even a whole marketing barrage, graphic design can either materially increase your book’s chances of getting attention or can leave it unrecognized in the mountain of competitors. This goes for the self-published as well as for the commercially published.
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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
- Tips for Writers on how to Work Smoothly with a Graphic Artist. http://ow.ly/jlxkA
- “Promo that works!” from New York Times Bestselling Author Gemma Halliday http://ow.ly/jkCGi
- 18 Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts http://ow.ly/jlvKF
- 4 Essential Elements of a Successful Logline http://t.co/jWZrcsyopQ @charmaineclancy RT @janice_hardy
- 10 Creative Habits of the Pro Artist: http://t.co/YgRmPUL6ur @brandenbarnett RT @elizabethscraig
- Goals for You and for Your Characters http://ow.ly/jlwXl via Plot Whispered for Writers and Readers
- How to Quickly Build Links Using Twitter http://ow.ly/jlxDY
- Make a Living as a Writer, Part 2 http://ow.ly/jlDbE via @RachelleGardner
- Writing for the Young Adult Audience http://ow.ly/jlC7C
- Tips for writing realistic fight scenes: http://t.co/nTSlOnj3m5 @thecreativepenn @JarrahLoh
- Secrets to Launching a More Successful Book Marketing Plan http://ow.ly/jlCr2
- How Humor Can Make You a Better Writer http://ow.ly/jlCsD via @kmweiland
- The Real Skinny on Conflict: Five Links and a Sample Chapter from “Story Physics” http://ow.ly/jlCA6 via @storyfix
- 8 Sneering Synonyms for “Obvious” http://ow.ly/jlCDJ via Daily Writing Tips
- What Should an Author Website Include? http://ow.ly/jlCK2 via @JamiGold
- A Map to Get Out of Writer's Block http://ow.ly/jlCTG
- How to customize your Facebook page for free http://ow.ly/jlCXJ
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Happy writing & running, Kathy
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