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Creating an Anti-Hero – From The Maltese Tiger blog

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
Creating an Anti-Hero Date: January 13, 2018Author: themaltesetiger0 Comments This week I want to talk about anti-heroes. In this morally ambiguous time, it’s no longer popular to write about classic heroes who are purely good and righteous. I mean, where’s the fun in that? Gone are the days of swashbucklers like Ivanhoe…

27 Harsh Facts Every New Blogger Should Know About Blogging

Originally posted on Hugh's Views & News  :
Thinking of starting a blog? Here are 27 harsh facts I’ve learned about the world of blogging since I started my blog in February 2014. Blogging can become addictive and take over your life. You’ll probably lose touch with some friends because you won’t have the time to keep in…

5 Ways to Boost Your Indie Author Brand with Images

5 Ways to Boost Your Indie Author Brand with Images

Originally posted on How To Ebook:
Author Marketing Experts, Inc. by Penny Sansevieri  /   There’s only one you. Hear me out, because as an indie author, it’s your strongest selling point, if you play your book marketing cards right. Every author has written a book. So what sets you apart? Your brand. Yes, as an…

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

Originally posted on No Wasted Ink:
Happy Monday!  I have another great ten links to articles about the craft of writing.  Each one is a bit meaty, so pour yourself your favorite beverage before you settle in to read today. 15 FAMOUS AUTHORS THAT BECAME SCREENWRITERS Writing A Fantasy Trilogy with Michelle Hauck All Wounds…

Best Book Marketing Advice for Authors: The Best of 2017…

Best Book Marketing Advice for Authors: The Best of 2017…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
By Jane Friedman As part of  The Hot Sheet email newsletter for authors (which I write and publish in collaboration with Porter Anderson), I regularly round up and comment on book marketing advice that writers are talking about. Here’s a list of what sparked discussion…

5 Reasons Being an Indie Author Makes You a Small Business

5 Reasons Being an Indie Author Makes You a Small Business

Originally posted on How To Ebook:
1 Author Marketing Experts, Inc. by Penny Sansevieri   Book marketing is brand building If you plan to write more than one book your book marketing serves as more than just a sales tool. Successful, full-time indie authors use book marketing to promote their brand and keep their titles top of…

Meet Guest Author, Sonia Boal…

Meet Guest Author, Sonia Boal…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
About me. Well this is awkward, normally I write stories to educate children, or a little bit of political satire (that’s politics with a small p), if I have to write about myself it’s usually to poke fun at whatever ridiculous thing has happened next,…

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