Monday, September 16, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By: Carmel Bird

One of the most useful and powerful devices for the fiction writer is understatement. You tell the reader less so that the reader knows more. Instead of having everything spelt out, the reader is given, in a very careful way, just enough information for the imagination to go to work. From understatement the reader can derive great pleasure and satisfaction.

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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. The Power of Understatement in Fiction Writing by Carmel Bird
  2. What It Takes: Stories Are About Change
  3. Notes from Tabor Lane: Today's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts
  4. eBook Preorders Help Indie Authors Hit Bestseller Lists | Mark Coker
  5. Writer Unboxed » A Cautionary Tale: 3 Writing Rules that Can Derail Your Story
  6. Author interview with Barry Eisler | LinkedIn
  7. How Authors Can Reach 20 Million Readers on Goodreads - Social Media Just for Writers
  8. Amazon cuts Kindle Fire price by £30, new models incoming | The Passive Voice |
  9. How to Create an Audio Version of Your Book | LinkedIn
  10. Radio Interview Pointers | Indies Unlimited
  11. Content Marketing and Copywriting Articles | Copyblogger
  12. Relationships Matter: Do I Really Need a Separate ISBN for my eBook?
  13. How to keep the author out of the story when writing fiction |
  14. David Farland’s Daily Kick in the Pants—A Recipe for Great Characters
  15. Crafting a Successful Author Interview Strategy | The Business of Being an Author
  16. How to Create a Custom Facebook Cover Image That Gets Noticed (Without Spending a Dime) | Your Writer Platform
  17. YA Stands: How to Get Out of a Writing Funk: Tips to Trick Yourself into Writing MORE
  18. what women write: The Power of Persistence
  19. Why I Don’t Like To Negatively Review Other Authors’ Books « terribleminds: chuck wendig
  20. Sell More on Keywords, Categories & Amazon's Algorithm's by Penny C. Sansevieri
  21. 7 Reasons to Register a Private Tumblr 

Happy writing & running, Kathy


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