Thursday, March 19, 2015

Thursday's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By: Shelley Hitz

Thunder Clap is a cool tool authors can use to reach more people. You can use it too:
  • Build a book launch team
  • Promote a sample chapter
  • Share a book promotion or
  • Get the message out about your cause/charity
You can get started here.
With Thunderclap, you need to choose a supporter goal. If you don’t get enough supporters by your campaign’s end date, none of your messages will be sent out. So it is important to meet your minimum goal.

On Thunderclap you can start with a goal of 100. The main advantage of a larger supporter goal is that it appears to be a bigger accomplishment. However, you can raise your goal later if you want.

Video Tutorial (4:12 min)

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Read the full article HERE!

If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
  1. STORYTELLING STRATEGIES: Imitation Game - Cracking an Enigmatic Script - Script Magazine
  2. How to Write a Successful Synopsis
  3. How to Use Foreshadowing - Helping Writers Become Authors
  4. Author, Jody Hedlund: One Important Thing Many Writers Neglect To Do While Waiting
  5. How You Can Use Thunderclap To Promote Your Book
  6. Indie Author Success Tip #13 – Start a mailing list for your books | Nathan Meunier – Freelance Writer / Author
  7. Creating Antagonists in Your Fiction - Elizabeth Spann Craig
  8. Writer Unboxed » The Wide and Wonderful World of O.P.B. (Other People’s Brains): On Giving Critique
  9. So You Want to Write a Book? Just Do It! by Nina Amir — The Book Designer
  10. Do-It-Yourself-MBA (DIYMBA) for Writers: Insight for the Business Side of Writing - Where Writers Win
  11. How to Run an Online eBook Giveaway
  12. Solving The Discoverability Problem: Virtual Reality And The Future Of Publishing | The Creative Penn
  13. Navigating a Big Writer's Conference--What's Best to Do, What Do You Bring, How to Make the Most of Your Time...
  14. Mythcreants » 43 – Using Feedback on Your Writing
  15. 3 WordPress Tips | Molly Greene: Writer
  16. All Write - Fiction Advice: The Primary Causes of Character Conflict – Part 2
  17. Internet Book Piracy–What to do: Guest post from Gini Graham Scott, PhD
Happy writing and running, Kathy 

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