Monday, November 18, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts


By: Linda Clare

We often hear advice telling writers to "write what you're passionate about." Fair enough, especially if you as Rachelle Gardner says, "balance your passion with what the market will support." For fiction writers, perhaps we should go one better. Write what your CHARACTER is passionate about.

Writing Tip for Today: The best fiction is always about the deep emotions of the character. If readers buy into those emotions, they're hooked. How can you better write your character's passions?

Motivation is Key--But Back Story Can Wait. 

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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. Linda Clare's Writer's Tips: Write Your Character's Passion
  2. How to Enjoy Marketing Your Fiction (Even If You Hate Selling) | storyrally
  3. Twitter Custom Timelines: This Week in Social Media | Social Media Examiner
  4. Get this Marketing Cornerstone Right … Or Go Home | Copyblogger
  5. Stop Worrying What Others Think And Write Your Damn Story
  6. Writing to a Theme | Mystery Writing is Murder
  7. Misused Backstory or Flashback
  8. Writability: How to Write Emotion Effectively
  9. How to write an effective blurb
  10. The Difference Between Marketing & Publicity by M.J. Rose & Randy Susan Meyers
  11. Anne R. Allen's Blog: Are Your Family and Friends Sabotaging your Writing Dreams?
  12. 4 Ways For Authors To Reach The Right Audience For Your Book | Digital Book World
  13. Amazon Wants You to Personalize Your Kindle | Digital Book World
  14. 28 Amazing Content Marketing Ideas You Can Use Now - Heidi Cohen
  15. Court Denies Bid to Examine Amazon’s E-book Pricing | The Passive Voice |
  16. Don’t Waste Those Seven Keywords | It's Write Now
  17. One Thing You MUST Do After the Climax of Your Novel | Ninie Hammon
  18. Is Your Blog Pinterest Worthy? | Author Media
  19. Writability: Critique Etiquette: Should You Resubmit Revisions?
  20. Why You Should Join Amazon AuthorCentral » Book Promotion . com

  Happy writing & running, Kathy

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