Monday, April 7, 2014

Monday's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

My author buddy Dave Thome (Man Writing Romance) tagged me in a blog tour to answer four questions about my writing:
  1. What am I working on?
  2. How does my work differ from others of its genre?
  3. Why do I write what I do?
  4. How does my writing process work?

Look for the answers later this week.

Dave is currently working on San Fernando Dreams, the third in the Fast Lane Romance Series. If you haven’t read Palm Springs Heat or Malibu Bride, check them out. I thoroughly enjoyed both of these fun and sexy stories.  Also, bookmark Dave’s blog, which is always entertaining.




If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets over the weekend, here they are again:

  1. Anne R. Allen's Blog: 10 Ways Pre-Published Writers Can Start Establishing Their Careers NOW  
  2. What is the BookBub “Halo Effect”? - BookBub Unbound
  3. How boxed sets can help self-published authors sell more books | Self-Publishing Advice
  4. Karen Woodward: Crafting Interesting Characters
  5. Continue to Create No Matter What Is Going On | Live to Write - Write to Live
  6. Insecure Writer's Support Group: Developing Contacts to Promote Your Book
  7. How Not To Be Interviewed On The Radio: Reader POV « Denise A. Agnew's Musings
  8. Plotting a Novel in Three Acts: The Closing Scene | Live Write Breathe
  9. Getting the Maximum Exposure from Your Free Book - Writer Wonderland
  10. Should I Respond to a One-Star Review? | The Steve Laube Agency
  11. The Unpublished Writer: Tools I Use - Community : Community
  12. Breaking Into Crime Fiction | The Passive Voice |
  13. LinkedIn Content Marketing Score: This Week in Social Media |
  14. 44 Things Bloggers Should Be Delegating to Virtual Staff to Catapult Their Online Growth : @ProBlogger
  15. How to Use Internal Cliffhangers - Copyblogger
  16. Writer Unboxed » Love Every Word
  17. 9 Steps To Creating Engaging Content [INFOGRAPHIC] |
  18. Best Places to Find Free Images Online -
  19. Content Pricing Consultant: Ebooks Should Be (Much) More Expensive | Digital Book World
  20. 46% Of Online Seniors Use Social Media (But Just 6% Are On Twitter) [STUDY] - AllTwitter
  21. How many words do you write a day? And do you have to force yourself? How successful authors do it | Nail Your Novel
  22. The Business Rusch: How To Measure Success (Discoverability Part The Last) « Kristine Kathryn Rusch
  23. See Your Book Idea Through the Lens of a Publishing Professional | The Creative Penn
  24. Writer Unboxed » The Arts and Crafts of Writing Fiction
  25. 10 Can't Miss, Surefire Secrets Of Torturing Fictional People
  26. 9 Key Elements Of Great Endings For Books And Stories - Writer's Relief, Inc.
  27. How I Am Trying to Create a Book Giveaway Filled With Enthusiasm & Fun, Instead of Spammy Self-Promotion
  28. Can Posting Stories on Wattpad Help You Sell Books? | Lindsay Buroker
  29. Self-Publishing: DIY or Hire Help? | Molly Greene: Writer
  30. Writing a Novel? Bit like Birthing an Elephant.. - Women Writers, Women Books : Women Writers, Women Books
  31. 5 Steps for Editing a Novel from the Inside Out by Marc Baldwin — The Book Designer
  32. The Elephant in the Room: Are You Ignoring Your Story Revision Instincts? - Helping Writers Become Authors
  33. Writability: World-building Tip: The Ripple Effect
  34. 5 Ways to Follow Up Without Being Annoying
  35. 7 Tips On Writing A Conclusion That Works - Blogging Tips
  36. Fiction University (The Other Side of the Story): Sorry, Your Services are no Longer Required: Eliminating Characters
  37. Your Audience Doesn't Know What it Wants - Copyblogger
  38. Writing Sex Scenes; Do’s and Don’ts | Michelle Kelly
  39. The Kill Zone: Sowing Seeds for a Sequel
Happy writing and running, Kathy

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