Sunday, September 1, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

I hope everyone is enjoying Labor Day Weekend. I'm moving a bit slower today. I did get out for a 6-miler, but it was too hot and humid to do anything more than a jog/walk. It cleared my mind, though, and that was a good thing.   

On Tuesday, I will clear off the storyboard I used for The Last MacKlenna and start filling it with Civil War pictures and notes. I'm planning a research trip to Richmond, Virginia this month. I'll probably start at the National Battlefield Park and move on from there. It's close to where I lived as a child, and in fact, my parents met in Richmond. I'm looking forward to the trip. 

If anyone knows of any "must-see" places, please let me know. 

Happy writing & running, Kathy


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets today, here they are again: 
  1. Ether: Is Social Reading the End of an Intimacy? | Porter Anderson
  2. What’s the right price of a book for you? | The Passive Voice |
  3. No Words on the Page, But I'm Still Writing
  4. 4 Sure-Fire Ways to Generate Engagement on Facebook - Social Media Just for Writers
  5. 3 Ways to Simplify Your Writing Life
  6. 10 winning ways to open your novel – Kobo Writing Life
  7. How to Write a Book Without Spending 1 Minute of Extra Time | TCK Publishing
  8. Unethical SEO Methods That Will Destroy Your Page Ranking
  9. Bad Pacing as A Content Issue: And How to Fix It | Creative Writing with the Crimson League
  10. 5 Things Every Author Needs to Do to Improve Discoverability on Goodreads –
  11. Karen Woodward: How Not To Begin A Story
  12. THE EDITOR DEVIL: Remember to Fact Check Story Details!
  13. What an Agent Can Do for You - Part 2
  14. 4 Tips on the Publishing Experience |
  15. Kobo Users Can Now Buy Your eBook from Local Independent Bookstores
  16. From Keywords to Contexts: the New Query Model - Moz
  17. 10 Ways to Fake a Professional Edit | The Creative Penn
  18. How to Become a Goodreads Power User (and why you'd want to) | Penny C. Sansevieri 


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