Sunday, November 24, 2013

20 Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By: Laurel Garver

A phrase popularly associated with psychotherapy might be one of the best tools to developing a character your readers will consistently engage with. Keep it at the ready, especially when the plot thickens and action scenes become more frequent. Because those are the places where you'll be most tempted to leave your character's emotions behind. Places where your character is actually likely to have his or her most interesting interior world changes.

Call it your emotional pulse-check tool. Repeat after me:

“How does that make you feel?”

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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. StumbleUpon Marketing: How to Drive More Traffic to Your Content | Social Media Examiner
  2. How to Speed Up the Blog Writing Process [My Method] : @ProBlogger
  3. An essential question to keep asking your character ~ Laurel's Leaves  "How does that make you feel?"
  4. How I learned to stop worrying and love Amazon | The Passive Voice |
  5. 10 Quick Blog Post Ideas To Fill Your Editorial Calendar Holes - Heidi Cohen
  6. Are You a Craft Junkie? - Rachelle Gardner
  7. The Forgotten Fifth Sense: Are You Making Use Of ALL The Senses In Your Writing? - Writer's Relief, Inc.
  8. Sell More Books With a Powerful Back Cover
  9. Jennifer Represents...: When in doubt: CC YOUR AGENT
  10. 6 Tools That Stop Computer Distractions and Help You Stay on Task
  11. Revisiting Writing Abundance: 7 Practices of the Prolific and Prosperous Writer - Charlotte Rains Dixon
  12. BiblioCrunch | Self Publishing Blog: Submitting your Book to NOOK Press – Formerly BN PubIt!
  13. Still Conflicted about Amazon - Rachelle Gardner
  14. The Magic of Grammar
  15. Social Book Promotion Is a Numbers Game » Book Promotion . com
  16. The Human Touch - Heidi Cohen -17 Sources To Expand Your Content Marketing Audience
  17. RT @elizabethscraig: 5 tips for better fiction: @Lindasclare
  18. Avoiding the "Saggy Middle" - She Writes
  19. Author Bio, Cover Letter & Query Letter Bio; Professional Writing Bio
  20. Tracking the Downward Trend on Ebook Prices | The Passive Voice |

Happy writing & running, Kathy 

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