Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Wednesday's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By: Victoria Grefer

Sometimes it feels like there are as many ways to read, and as many reading preference, as there are readers. We can read with a focus on learning or on entertainment. We can actively engage and question the text, or we can be more passive. We can read to challenge and push ourselves, or we can read as a form as escapism.

When it comes to fiction, of course, “learning” as a underlying purpose for reading is much more rare than for a nonfiction text. That doesn’t mean there aren’t multiple ways, or reasons, to read a novel.

Readers come in all shapes and sizes. Here are just a handful of types we writers should be aware of:


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Read the full article HERE!


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
  1. Smashwords: Amazon's Hachette Dispute Foreshadows What's Next for Indie Authors
  2. What Makes a Good Setting for a Story? - DIY MFA : DIY MFA
  3. How to Use +Post Ads from Google: What Marketers Need to Know | Social Media Examiner
  4. Top Tips from the SEO for Bloggers Webinar on : @ProBlogger
  5. How to Be a More Concise Writer: @ErinMFeldman RT @elizabethscraig:
  6. AUTHORS: Four Ways Fictional Romance Sometimes Reads False | Creative Writing with the Crimson League
  7. 7 Different Types of Readers: Which Do You Write For? | Creative Writing with the Crimson League
  8. 15 Articles on Cover Design for Self-Publishers — The Book Designer
  9. Buy Your Own Roses | Molly Greene: Writer "Don’t depend on others to shore you up. Become your own muse..."
  10. Martha Alderson aka Plot Whisperer: How Do I Revise My Novel, Memoir, Screenplay? A Simple 30-Step Revision Process
  11. 8 Blog Design Tips to Make Sure People Stop to Read Your Content - Jeffbullas's Blog
  12. The Tenured vs. Debut Author Report | The Passive Voice |
  13. BookMarketingBuzzBlog: Pay Attention, I’m Naked!
  14. Do You Want To Be Your Own Publisher, Yes or No? | Ania Ahlborn | The Blog
  15. Writability: On Writing to Make a Difference
  16. Creating Stunning Character Arcs, Pt. 15: The Resolution - Helping Writers Become Authors
  17. Crafting Fabulous Fiction Why Use Subplots?
  18. Are your book links affiliated? If not, read this. » Book Promotion . com
  19. Author, Jody Hedlund: 3 Cautions For Adding Research Into Stories
  20. Give Your Characters the Myers Briggs Test
  21. Is “Do What You Love” Good Advice? | Jami Gold, Paranormal Author
Happy writing and running, Kathy

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