Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

Mile 10 Air Force Marathon
September 21, 2013

Mile 10
Downtown Dearborn, OH
Finish Line

If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. 7 Steps To Self-Publishing Your Backlist Title... by J.M. Madden
  2. The Other Side of the Story: Open Up! Writing the Opening Scene
  3. A Call to Disarm Technology and Hype by L.L. Barkat
  4. Describing a Character's Appearance
  5. Interviews--My Checklist for Skype Interviews, Podcasts, or Radio | Mystery Writing is Murder
  6. The Downside of Publishing..? | Mandyevebarnett's Blog
  7. 13 Surprising Ways to Add Depth to a Story | A. Victoria Mixon, Editor
  8. Karen Woodward: Hugh Howey, Liliana Hart and Matthew Mather: How To Write And Sell Books
  9. SHAKESPEARE system for helping authors figure out self-publishing | Matthew Mather
  10. What to Look for When Hiring an Independent Book Editor
  11. 12 Most Frequently Asked Social Media Questions Answered
  12. How to “Write Like Rowling”
  13. Social Media And The Future Of Destination Marketing [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter
  14. The Dos and Don’ts of Blogging - 10,000 Words
  15. Author, Jody Hedlund: 5 Elements Sigh-Worthy Romance Novels Must Have
  16. 3 Great Ways To Find Readers For Your Books On Twitter | Bestseller Labs
  17. Author Naming And Shaming: A Quick Comment « terribleminds: chuck wendig
  18. Karen Woodward: 10 Tips On How To Write A Book
  19. Don’t blame Amazon, Facebook, and Twitter for the fact that technology changes behavior | The Passive Voice |
  20. Writing A Novel: How Story Structure Creates Foreshadowing | The Creative Penn
  21. How To Be Creative: 10 Daily Rituals Of Brilliant and Successful Creators ← Love My Life Right Now
  22. 10 Questions to Ask an Agent | Writing and Illustrating
  23. How Online Reviews Can Increase Book Sales | Book Marketing Strategies and Tips For Authors
Happy writing & running, Kathy


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