Sunday, October 27, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By Savvy Writers & e-Books Online & e-Books online

Joining Goodreads, Twitter, Google+, Facebook or Pinterest is only the first step in creating a community platform. To make these sites working for you is only possible if you have lots of followers, friends or people in your Google+ circles.

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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. How Smashwords Authors Can Manage Books in a Series - GalleyCat
  2. Savvy Writers & e-Books online | Writing & Publishing, e-Books & Book Marketing
  3. Don't write a book. - Jon Acuff If you hate self-promoting . . ."next time don’t write a book. Write a diary.
  4. The Daring Novelist: Story Game - Getting Started With Character Structure
  5. Are You Sorry We Drifted Apart?* | Confessions of a Mystery Novelist...
  6. Gladiator's Pen: How to win NaNoWriMo: Realistic Goals, determination and a bottomless pot of coffee
  7. Writability: How Important is Word Count?
  8. Linda Clare's Writer's Tips: Write A Better First Scene
  9. How to Get More Followers on Your Social Media Sites | Savvy Writers & e-Books online
  10. Using Online Writing Workshops to Skyrocket Your Creativity | Live Write Thrive
  11. Writability: How to Fast Draft
  12. Book marketing success formula - Build Book Buzz
  13. How to Write a Good Book in 30 Days by Nina Amir — The Book Designer
  14. NaNoWriMo Prep: How Do You Write More in Less Time? | Lindsay Buroker
  15. Why You Shouldn't Wait to Share Your Work With the World
  16. Relationships Matter: Why Write 9 Edits When One is Enough? How to Finish Your Book Fast!
  17. Writing Advice and Inspiration @fcmalby
  18. Novel Rocket: Can’t Take a Research Trip? No Problem
  19. When Chaos Creates Writer's Block—Is Your Life More Hectic Than It Needs to Be? - Helping Writers Become Authors
  20. How to Pitch Yourself as an Expert to the Media | The Daily Muse
  21. Answers to Questions About Hyphens
  22. 4 Reasons You Need a Business Plan for Your Book |
  23. QueryTracker Blog: At the Scene: The Establishing Shot & Your Novel
  24. 5 Reasons to Use a Facebook Profile (Not a Page) to Build Platform by Lisa Hall-Wilson
  25. 5 Ways to Make Your Novel Inescapable | A. Victoria Mixon, Editor
  26. Dialogue special part 2: dialogue is more than talking | Nail Your Novel
  27. How to Lose Followers and Alienate People : @ProBlogger
  28. How to Audit Your Facebook Page Features | Social Media Examiner
  29. 3 Things You Need for a Successful Book - Rachelle Gardner
  30. Self-Editing for Everyone Part 12: Point of View Violations - Bridget McKenna

Happy writing & running, Kathy


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