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The 12 Most Important Twitter Hashtags for Promoting Your Book

Originally posted on readers+writers journal:
? Hashtags are, arguably, the most important part of tweeting.  Without these keywords that categorize the subject of your tweet, you’re never going to reach your target audience. If you’re using Twitter to promote your book, it’s crucial that you use hashtags wisely. How, How Often, How Much Social…

Interstellar Journey: Shrinking the Probe Posted From Centauri Dreams

  Posted: 14 Jul 2014 06:03 AM PDT   We’ve all imagined huge starships jammed with human crews, inspired by many a science fiction novel or movie. But a number of trends point in a different direction. As we look at what it would take to get even a robotic payload to another star, we confront […]

An Interview with Childrens Author – Kim Page

Originally posted on johntuckermustlive:
Today’s interview is with Kim Page of the Page Puppies Series. I’ve known Kim for over a year and she’s a wonderful woman, writer, and friend. Her two books, both aimed at pre-school and the younger YA market, are fancifully written and include a plethora of colorful pictures inside them.  Here’s…


The Rich get Richer, the Poor get Poorer – Inequality within the UK

Being Prepared for Your Writing Conference

Originally posted on Writers In The Storm Blog:
With the summer conference season in full swing, we’ve got tons of helpful tips over at the new site. Since our subscriber list has moved, we’re posting solely over there. Are you subscribed over at our new digs? We’ve had fantastic topics this month and just want to make sure you’re…

Miedo by Kevin Cooper – My Review

Originally posted on Jo Robinson:
It’s not often that my jaw physically drops when I’m reading a book, especially in a biographical drama where you know you can expect a real life shocker or two, so you’re pretty much expecting them to come. I had a couple of those moments reading Miedo with the matter…

Caught in the Storm #haiku #photography #poem

Originally posted on penned in moon dust:
end of the day’s walk thunder warns of storm’s promise no short-cut *** The prompt for Chevrefeuillle’s Carpe Diem is Short- Cut inspired by this haiku by Buson: chikamichi ya mizu fumi wataru satsukiame on the shortcut path, stepping through water to cross the meadow in the summer…

The Seven Deadly Sins of Prologues

Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
Image via Flikr Creative Commons, via Mikko Luntiala To prologue or not to prologue? That is the question. The problem with the prologue is it has kind of gotten a bad rap over the years, especially with agents. They generally hate them. Why? In my opinion, it is…

Il Mio Forte Famiglia Pazzo Italiano

Originally posted on The Universe According to Snow White :
I can’t lie, I basically wallowed for most of last week, and really had no interest in stopping.  But I think I managed to complete the wallowing stage over the weekend, in large part because my son and I spent it with my crazy family.  That…


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