Sunday, October 6, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

by Jason Matthews


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
  1. How to structure a premise for stronger stories - The Writer
  2. Should a writer finish a novel, nonfiction book, or memoir before submitting?
  3. The opening act – what the reader needs to understand (with help from KM Weiland) | Nail Your Novel
  4. Making the Switch from Nonfiction to Fiction Writing | The Creative Penn
  5. The 7 People Who Will Help You Fire Up Your Writing | Write to Done
  6. Blogging, Writing, Sharing And Other Sundrie Items - MainlyWords Content Writing Solutions
  7. Social group may be key to fostering creativity | The Passive Voice |
  8. My Experience Advertising My Ebook with BookBub | Lindsay Buroker
  9. Content Marketing: How to Attract People With Content | Social Media Examiner
  10. Tips on Thursday: Giveaways | Girl Who Reads Laws governing giveaways
  11. Seeking the Write Life: Self-Editing #6 - Clean Up Crew: Punctuation
  12. What Genre Do I Write? | The Passive Voice |
  13. Blogging: Blogger Blogs & Email Subscriptions | Self-Published Authors Helping Other Authors
  14. 10 Things I Love About Writing - Helping Writers Become Authors
  15. Through The Eyes Of An Editor - Writer's Relief, Inc.
  16. Facebook Adds Posts and Status Updates to Graph Search, This Week in Social Media | Social Media Examiner
  17. DISCUSS: How Often Do You Redesign Your Blog? @ProBlogger
  18. 50 Cliched Dialogues to Ban From Your Script - mentorless
  19. Writer Unboxed » Parting Ways with Your Agent
  20. The Secret of The Writer’s Mantra
  21. How To Turn On Your Muse
  22. What if You Have No Time to Promote? | Mystery Writing is Murder
  23. 5 Steps to Blogging Mastery for Fiction Writers | Your Writer Platform
  24. Pinterest Pin It button on image hover
  25. Book Marketing 101: Sell the Benefits NOT the Product

Happy writing & running, Kathy


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