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When to Post to Social Media

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
I found over at and on these wonderful infographics on the best times to post on various social media and some other facts. First, Fannit has produced an infographic with metrics on six different social media: by Next, Addthis examined 14 million sites worldwide (that’s about 3 billion…

7 Essentials Every Author Needs to Know About Twitter

Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
Hmmm, looks like a ticket to TWITTER JAIL I’m still delusional that I might finish NaNoWriMo. I can write 16,000 more words in five days, right? Sigh. I’ve been away from the blog because I’m in the trenches with the fellow Nanos. Also I really needed to take a bit of a…

What does Christmas mean to you?

K. J. Rollinson. Dragons and murder don’t mix, do they?

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hi all: As you know on Fridays I like to bring you guest authors and/or new books. Today I do a bit of both. I’ve met Kathy Rollinson (K.J.Rollinson) through social media and realised she’s another author who is not constrained by genres or fashions, and whose muse takes her…

Lucía Sugar nos dice que ‘La vida es cuento’ y los cuentos, cuentos son.

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Como todos los viernes os traigo a un autor invitado. Hoy os presento a Lucía Sugar una escritora, cuentista, poetisa, y una luz brillante en los medios sociales, gran promotora de todos los escritores indies. La Maga, nos trae su primer libro publicado ‘La vida es cuento’. La vida es…

#Readers #Book #Promo – An act of mercy by #Indie #Author Kevin Morris is #FREE from 27th Nov – 1st Dec

5 Weird Things About Writing That Actually Work

Originally posted on Just English:
by KAMAL SUCHARAN BURRI  Being a filmmaker and writer, I’ve discovered some ridiculous but enlightening tips that increase the potential of a writer. I was totally astonished by the fact that they worked for me. 1. Use a notepad for drafting, rather than a notebook I’ve just noticed this a few…

Write on Through

Originally posted on Lit World Interviews:
Whenever I get a huge idea for a new story, I generally stop what I’m doing and open a new document, give it a temporary name, and write down the first couple of sentences and notes. I have lots of these lurking in my WIP folder, but I never…

You Can BORROW my books!

Meet Guest Author Rolando Calzada

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
I find myself in a precarious position. I’m not too sure how to answer the question, Who am I? I suppose, like most, that I am but a compilation of my experiences. That being said, in order to introduce myself to all you blokes, birds…


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