Thursday, July 4, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By:  Toni Tesori, @Duolit

Do you consider yourself an introvert?

If so, you’re definitely not alone. Over eighty percent of writers (myself included!) belong to that group. In the world at large, however, we’re outnumbered three-to-one by our extroverted brethren. 

When it comes to writing, this works out perfectly. Crafting your story is, after all, a solitary task. Lots of time alone to think, plan, get creative – all things we introverts excel at!

But what the task that comes after you type that final sentence? What happens when the time comes (shudder) to promote your work?

I can see your recoil through the screen!


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. 7 Secrets to Loving Book Promotion (Even If You're an Introvert) | Mystery Writing is Murder via Toni Tesori @Duolit 
  2. Seeking the Write Life: Creating Tension (Sexual or Otherwise)
  3. 5 Steps to Facebook Advertising - Whiteboard Friday - Moz
  4. How to Use Instagram Video to Grow Your Brand — socialmouths
  5. 10 Ways to Boost Author Discovery After Winning a Book Award
  6. 76% Of Twitter, Facebook Users Log In At Least Once Each Day [STUDY]
  7. Heroes vs. Anti-Heroes: Which Is Right For Your Story? via @write_practice
  8. 4 benefits of writing by hand - The
  9. The Power of a Small Tribe | Goins,
  10. Writability: YA: It's Not a Genre
  11. 4 Steps to Take Charge of Your Book Launch - The Savvy Book Marketer
  12. Wordplay: Helping Writers Become Authors: Is Your Novel's Backstory Big Enough?
  13. Secrets of Copywriting: The Power Of A Strong Value Proposition | Write to Done
  14. The WG2E is in The 2013 Indie 50 (The 50 Best Sites for Indie and Self-Published Authors)!
  15. Stephen King on Storycraft: Don't Force It via @woodwardkaren
  16. 3 Tips for Naming Characters: @write_practice RT @elizabethscraig
  17. The Bookshelf Muse: Physical Attribute Entry: CURVY Body Type
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


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