Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts PLUS Review of 'The Last MacKlenna' by Ceri London


What I loved most about this story was the gradual piling on of tension as fresh traumas emerge from the wreck of a romance built far too quickly on the shifting sands of mutual attraction and blatant lust. I couldn’t rid the lump in my throat as I watched a car crash of ‘hopes and dreams’ falling to Elliot and Meredith’s self-doubt and fears as they encounter a mountain of obstacles blocking their path to true love. Sometimes, life has to kick really hard to force an adjustment in thinking. This story kicks hard!”


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. The Business Rusch: Promotion « Kristine Kathryn Rusch "So What Sells Books?"
  2. Fight the Good Fight Against Creeping Errors
  3. Lost for words: The curse of writer's block - Features - Books - The Independent
  4. The Other Side of the Story: Should You Diversify Your Writing to Avoid Burnout?
  5. Will Self's rules for writers | Books |
  6. 10 Techniques for Greater Creativity in Writing
  7. 10 Ways to Fake a Professional Edit | The Creative Penn
  8. Developing Resilience - Rachelle Gardner
  9. 4 Sure-Fire Ways to Generate Engagement on Facebook - Social Media Just for Writers
  10. METADATA 101: A Non-Techie Does Her Best to Explain Metadata (and Why it Matters) In Plain English
  11. Anne R. Allen's Blog: Are You Neglecting This Important Book Sales Tool? 5 Steps to a Great Product Description
  12. Why You Need to Become an “Independent Publisher” | Copyblogger
  13. Readers Feast On Snackable Novellas - Forbes
  14. Smashwords: New Smashwords Survey Helps Authors Sell More eBooks
  15. Vivid Language Paints a Picture
  16. What’s the Difference Between Maybe and May Be?
  17. Kobo Quits Using the Goodreads API
  18. Social Media for Authors: Why it's important! | StoryFinds  

Happy writing & running, Kathy


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