Saturday, April 11, 2015

Saturday's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By: S. Lakin

No doubt you have some favorite authors.

It’s likely that one thing you love about their books is their writing style.

Many commercial authors have a very simplistic—almost superficial—writing style.

Other successful authors write in a wholly unique manner unlike any other.

There is no right or wrong, good or bad—only personal tastes. We can all name writers we can’t stomach whose books are bestsellers.

But what do you need to consider if you’re hoping to develop a trademark writing style? Here are some tips.

1. Whom Are You Writing for?

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Read the full article HERE!

If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
  1. Writing Clear Accessible Sentences | Linda S. Clare
  2. Karen Woodward: Part 1: Create A Protagonist Audiences Will Relate To
  3. Book Trailers And Using Video For Book Marketing | The Creative Penn
  4. Create Dialogue… From the Outside In by Jackie Blain - Writer's Fun Zone
  5. I've Screwed Up: 5 Strategic Mistakes In Self-Publishing - Benjamin Wallace Books
  6. How to Find Your Trademark Writing Style | Write to Done
  7. Author, Jody Hedlund: Reading is the Training Ground for Becoming a Better Writer
  8. Seven Key Elements of Pacing Your Novel--Plus a Mystery Box of Four Books/ARCs
  9. Marketing Your Series: a Plan for a Solid Launch and Sales for Years to Come | Lindsay Buroker
  10. On Heroism in Romance - Dear Author
  11. Fiction University: Day Three: Analyze the Scene Structure
  12. Do You Believe in What ifs? | Daily (w)rite
  13. AuthorCulture: 21 Surefire Ways to Sink Your Writing Career
  14. Social Sharing: How to Get More People to Share Your Content | Social Media Examiner
  15. Quit Being A Commodity: How To Get Visibility And Stand Out
  16. Grassroots  Daily Writing Tips
  17. Leave Room for a Future: Characters and Plot - Books & Such Literary Management
  18. 050: Do Over: An Interview with Jon Acuff
  19. Are You a Grammar Ninja? Take this Grammar Quiz
  20. Ready for a Book Signing? This Checklist Will Help - Marketing Tips For Authors
  21. How to Update an Amazon Widget - Author Media
Happy writing and running, Kathy 

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