Happy Thursday! This will be my last post in The Blogger Series. I have loved writing this series and was overwhelmed with how popular it became and how many questions and comments I received from people who found the information useful. Both those who are thinking about starting a blog as well as those who …
Happy Thursday! Just two more days until the weekend 🙂 Well, it's time for another Blogger Series post. This series is where I share all the tricks and tips I have learnt over the years that can help give your blog a boost. Today's post, I am discussing why I think it's beneficial for writers to branch out and be bloggers as well.
I had the wonderful chance to be a guest writer over at The Naptime Author blog. I want to say a big thanks to Anne who kindly invited me to share some marketing thoughts with her readers.
So here is the article, enjoy this Monday Marketing post 😀
Hello, writers and readers! While I can claim a fair amount of useless knowledge, useful writerly things, such as branding and marketing, are far outside my ken.
Thank goodness for others, like fellow blogger Ari Meghlen, who understand these mysteries, and are willing to share their knowledge! Ari has graciously agreed to visit today, and share 10 marketing tips. Enjoy!
Firstly, I want to say a big thank you to Anne for having me on her blog, The Naptime Author. I appreciate being given the chance to share my thoughts with all her lovely readers. Now, let’s get to it!
Marketing is one of those words that most writers dread. We aren’t really into tooting our own horns. Our comfort lies in building worlds, spinning tales, breathing life into characters…so this “marketing” malarkey doesn’t sit well with us.
So, for those of you who are not sure where to begin…
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I actually decided to bounce my previously planned blog post as I really wanted to reblog this piece by my friend Cat, discussing Book Piracy.
Check it out and do look through her blog, it’s full of great content. I’ll be back on Monday with another #MondayMarketing post 🙂
Have a great weekend.
Last week a new website became a hot topic on Twitter. The website offers free downloads of digital books, many of them by some very well known authors, but it does this without the permission of those authors or their publishers. The website is offering pirated copies of books, and many are willing to take them, but is there anything that can be done to stop this piracy, and can the reasons people give for distributing or taking pirated books ever be justified?
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This week’s guest post is an interview is my wonderful friend and author Ichabod Temperance. Enjoy!
This week's guest post is my friend and author, the lovely Pearl R Meaker. Yes, Pearl has once again agreed to write for my blog and I love having her here. Enjoy!
This flash fiction was written when I answered a request by the author, Katharina Gerlach, who wanted flash fictions were the main focus was a Tree. This was part of a Writing Advent Calendar. In my continued effort to push my comfort zone, I am sharing this here on my blog as well. Hope …
Well as we slink towards the end of 2017, I thought I would do a wrap up as a way of a last blog post for the year.
I am fortunate to have the wonderful Kim Chance, author of Keeper, back on this blog. Check out her interview below.
Are you writing a book series? Do you have problems plotting the series? Check out this article that was originally posted on Story Empire for 6 Steps to Plot a Series.