Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By: Tyora Moody

If you are a new author, congratulations on your recent or upcoming book release. Are you hoping to achieve the bestseller status? You certainly can, but just with a bit more effort than you originally thought. Just in case no one told you, publishing a book is a phenomenal achievement, but there’s this other element lurking around the corner.

That’s right! You have to tell people about the book. It’s called book marketing.

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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. How to write a novel while standing on your head backwards, chewing gum, and texting at the same time
  2. Questionable Practices by Literary Agents - Rachelle Gardner
  3. AuthorCulture: On Gratifying the Reader
  4. Writer Unboxed » How to Work Smoothly with a Graphic Artist, Part Two
  5. The Kill Zone: Indie Authors - Should You Revise & Republish Some of Your Earlier Books?
  6. 5 Must Do Book Marketing Tips By Tyora Moody - Là Tanyha Boyd | Be Engaged, Empowered, Inspired!
  7. Novel Rocket: The Relatable Antagonist - Guest Post by Patty Smith Hall
  8. Karen Woodward: Creating Vivid Characters For NaNoWriMo, Part Two
  9. Be the Result that Google Wants to Rank - Moz
  10. Start Your Novel
  11. Novel Writing Tips & Fundamentals: Elevate Your Storytelling Game –
  12. We Grow Media – Dan Blank » How to Create Word of Mouth Marketing For Your Books? Be Awesome.
  13. Should Your Lead Character Have A Twitter Account? | Author Media
  14. [Infographic] How to Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile - SocialTimes
  15. Why I'm against the "cover design reveal" trend among indie authors
  16. Why You Need an Editor: A Demonstration | Catherine, Caffeinated
  17. Writability: Scrivener's Version of Track Changes
  18. How to get awesome book cover blurbs - Build Book Buzz
  19. The Other Side of the Story: Real Life Diagnostics: Grounding Readers in a Quiet Prologue
  20. Why Writerly Words Are Not Your Friend | Writers In The Storm Blog 
Happy writing & running, Kathy

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