Saturday, October 19, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. 5 Tips for Proofreading Your Own Posts | Girl Who Reads
  2. Fabulous craft book for writers who do not want readers "skimming" over chunks of their story @MaryBuckham
  3. 3 Ways to Get Out of a Writing Slump
  4. 8 Tips for Writing List Posts
  5. Not so Fast, Twitter, Pinterest is Driving More Traffic for PublishersPR News
  6. Social Media Examiner: Social media marketing how to, research, case studies, news and more!
  7. Ellis Shuman Writes: How I Sold 910 Copies of My Book in One Week
  8. From Crap to Craft - The Fictorians
  9. Managing Writing Advice
  10. Protagonists Should Climb in the Front Seat | Mystery Writing is Murder
  11. Ellis Shuman Writes: How I Found My Editor
  12. Novel Rocket: Study the Market to Show Thyself Approved Unto the Publishers
  13. Revision’s Role in the Writing Process - The Loft Literary Center
  14. The Daring Novelist: Story Game - Getting Started With Character Structure
  15. Ellis Shuman Writes: How to Write a Thriller like Dan Brown
  16. The Business Rusch: Standards « Kristine Kathryn Rusch
  17. Book Tour Planning 101 by Midge Raymond
  18. Raquel Byrnes: Pinterest as Book Research?
  19. Paranormal Point of View: Ten Things That Scare Every Writer
  20. Booktrack Lets You Add Soundtracks to Self-Published eBooks - AppNewser
  21. Should Writers Follow a Style Cheat Sheet? - BLOG - Stories To Tell Books
  22. The Other Side of the Story: Plotting With Michael Hague's Six Stage Plot Structure
  23. The Book Designer — Practical Advice to Help Self-Publishers Build Better Books
  24. Does an extroverted writer have the advantage? Maybe not | The Passive Voice |
  25. The Writer’s Dilemma: 1,000 Words for Love | Book Marketing Bestsellers

 Happy writing & running, Kathy

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