Saturday, August 3, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

The move yesterday went well! Even had an internet connection by late afternoon. Found an awesome grocery story close by. Couldn’t ask for anything else, except Absolute Bagels—the best bagel store in NYC—which was right across the street from my daughter’s last apartment. 

What’s on tap for today? A trip to Bed, Bath & Beyond and a short run in the park.

Happy writing & running, Kathy


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:

  1. How To Come Up With A Great Title For Your Book (Or Story Or Poem) - Writer's Relief, Inc.
  2. 10 Things Shakespeare Can Teach Us About Writing Thrillers |
  3. 10 Steps to Dealing With Mean-Spirited Critics, Comment Trolls, and Other Jerks
  4. 5 Ways To Shorten Your Short Stories - Writer's Relief, Inc.
  5. Does Your Table of Contents Make Readers Want to Buy Your Book? | The Passive Voice |
  6. 10 Steps to Dealing With Mean-Spirited Critics, Comment Trolls, and Other Jerks
  7. De-Mystifying the KDP Select Free Days! | Niecey Roy
  8. The Other Side of the Story: Kill What? What to Do When You Need to Cut a Major Part of Your Novel via @janice_hardy
  9. Shop Talk: combating writers’ isolation « The Wild Writers
  10. What Is Liminality And Why Does Your Story Need It?
  11. One Benefit of Blogging Daily: Breaking Perfectionism | Creative Writing with the Crimson League
  12. Let’s talk about info dumping… | J.E. Tankersley
  13. Apple E-Book Price 
  14. Fixing Fix Would Help Amazon Even More | The Passive Voice |
  15. Writer Unboxed » How to Maintain a Healthy Author/Agent Relationship
  16. Author, Jody Hedlund: An Important Technique for Adding Momentum to a Slow Plot
  17. How to Get More Facebook Fans — Amy Porterfield
  18. Crime Fiction Collective: The Author Hookup Trend
  19. The Final Showdown: Google+ vs. Facebook, Which One Is REALLY The Best?

Check out these links to writing & marketing blog posts. Click to Tweet.

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