Saturday, April 13, 2013

18 Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

Four Words That Are Killing Your Prose

By Katie Axelson via The Write Practice

In writing, every word counts. Yet often we as writers waste words. We fail to say exactly what we mean. We fill space. We dance around the point and fail to find the exact word we need to describe the scene. Sometimes polishing your prose takes hours of revision but other times the removal of simple words can make a huge difference.

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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. Four Words That are Killing Your Prose via @Write_practice
  2. 10 Directional-Sign Disasters via Daily Writing Tips
  3. 50 Simple Ways to Build Your Platform in 5 Minutes a Day 
  4. Case Study: A Concept on the Brink via @storyfix
  5. The 411 On Contest Guidelines and Formatting for Writers via @Brianklems
  6. Maximizing Your Amazon Presence
  7. Keeping Track of Story Details  RT @janice_hardy
  8. How WOOL Got A Unique Publishing Deal:  @PassiveVoiceBlg
  9. Notes from Tabor Lane: 18 Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts
  10. Marketing Tips 4 Authors: The Importance of Measuring Trends via @CliveEaton
  11. 25 Synonyms for “Sign” and “Symbol”  via Daily Writing Ti
  12. Why I’m All in with KDP Select  via @bookmarketing33
  13. Five Tips to Create Publicity for Your Book
  14. The Almighty Edit: Things to keep in mind while editing:  @PegEditors RT @elizabethscraig
  15. How to Right a Book in Nine (Not So) Easy Steps  RT @evelyn_puerto
  16. Confessions of a Book Promotion Junkie: Unfound  via @bookmarketing33
  17. Marketing Tips 4 Authors: The best marketing campaign ever via @CliveEaton
  18. Indie Authors: Eight Things To Think About Before Printing Your Book 

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Happy writing & running, Kathy

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