Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

This picture was taken in March, 1998
during my research trip along the Oregon Trail.
I followed wagon ruts through
Nebraska, Wyoming, Idaho and Oregon
The Ruby Brooch


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. 8 Apps to Beautify Your Pinterest Quotes
  2. Deepening the Mystery | Mystery Writing is Murder
  3. Are You Leaving Yourself Open To Social Media Identity Theft? @ProBlogger
  4. The Truth About Overnight Success (and What You Need to Do About) It
  5. Social Media Examiner: Social media marketing how to, research, case studies, news and more!
  6. Is there any reason to own paper books beside showing off? Not really | The Passive Voice |
  7. How Authors Can Sell Through Indie Bookstores Online - GalleyCat
  8. The top 3 rules of social media for authors - BookBaby Blog
  9. How to Get An Effective Book Cover | Book Marketing Strategies and Tips For Authors
  10. Writer’s Block? Try Getting Visual
  11. Recapturing Your Creative Flow by Andra Watkins
  12. Building a Crowd: Make Sure Your Book Has Readers Before You Publish - 99U
  13. How Important Is “Writing For The Market?” - Writer's Relief, Inc.
  14. Writer Unboxed: Writer, Author, or Storyteller?
  15. Branding 101: What Is Your Brand? | Jami Gold, Paranormal Author
  16. How to Avoid a Sagging Middle in Our Stories
  17. How Many Copies Must a Book Sell to be Considered a Success? by Noah Lukeman « Backspace: The Writers Place
  18. Emotional Barrier in Fiction: Why is it so important for you to learn how to cross it? (Part One)
  19. I Am Not a Gatekeeper - Rachelle Gardner
  20. This Is Why Your Facebook Feed Is Overrun With Giraffes
  21. This Is Why Your Facebook Feed Is Overrun With Giraffes
  22. How to Turn Off Twitter's New Photo Preview Feature
  23. One Activity You Should Do On Your Blog Every Day @ProBlogger
  24. Effective Ways to Use Twitter in the Classroom | SociableBlog
  25. So, What Exactly Is “Steampunk”? |

Happy writing & running, Kathy

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