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EDITING AND OBTAINING AN EDITOR…

EDITING AND OBTAINING AN EDITOR…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
To read this post by author Jeanne E. Rogers, click in the image or link below: about-writing PLEASE NOTE:  Preditors (yes, that’s the correct spelling) and Editors mentioned in the article, is no longer, unfortunately, a reliable source of information. It used to be the…

Tilting at Windmills, Or In This Case – Amazon

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
Jeff Bezos Whether you love or loath Jeff Bezos and his monster child Amazon, what the members of Authors United (many of them, well known) simply fail to grasp is that its thanks to Amazon becoming a major book seller, that at long last the literary playing field…

Somewhere, a Caged Bird Flies Free

Originally posted on Xao Thao:
People are a curious thing to me. Each of them, unique. You can’t really compare people. Sure, you can take some similarities about them (physical descriptions, emotional experiences, spiritual beliefs, etc) and try and put them into categories to become mathematical statistics, but at the root of it all, each…

Tagathon | Would You Rather…

Originally posted on aliisaacstoryteller:
A few weeks ago, I was tagged by novelist and blogger friend, Rachel Carrera, to take part in this little question and answer tagathon. Thanks, Rachel… I bet you thought I’d forgotten! Would you rather only read trilogies or only read standalones?  I love reading a book series, because there is…

#Novedadesliterarias que se presentan al concurso de Amazon. Hoy: Port Isaac de @IgorHernandez y Te regalaré todos mis días de @JPriay (Judith Priay)

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hola a todos: Como vengo haciendo estas últimas semanas, hoy también os traigo un par de novedades literarias que se presentan al concurso de Amazon. Son muy distintas. El autor de una de ellas  no había visitado mi blog como invitado hasta ahora, Igor Hernández, (lo tendré que apuntar a…

Today #guestauthor @barrow_judith. Local history, stories with heart and memories of times past but not gone.

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hi all: As you know, on Friday’s I bring you guest authors. Recently I’ve also been trying to bring to my blog authors and bloggers I know and exchange comments with often, but I’ve come to realise they’ve never made it as guests to my blog yet. Today it’s Judith…

Email to Amazon Followers: What to Write?

Originally posted on chrismcmullen:
Image from ShutterStock. FOLLOWERS AT AMAZON Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) has a new feature. When you publish a new Kindle e-book, in a couple of weeks (or so) Amazon sends you an email (to whatever email you have linked to your KDP publishing account). The email subject is: A Question about…

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