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Meet Guest Pre-Published Author, Traci L. Kenworth…

Meet Guest Pre-Published Author, Traci L. Kenworth…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Finding Your Way Our journeys are rarely a straight path. I know, for sure, mine hasn’t been. Though I’ve written stories as long as I can remember, it never occurred to me that I could do this writing thing growing up. I came from a…

Romance Publishers Who Accept Unsolicited Manuscripts – 2018 – written by Bryn Donovan

Romance Publishers Who Accept Unsolicited Manuscripts – 2018 – written by Bryn Donovan

Originally posted on Writer's Treasure Chest:
Lots of my readers want to know more about how to get published, so last week, I shared a list of fantasy and science fiction publishers who accept unagented submissions. This week, I’m doing the same thing with romance! This isn’t a comprehensive list. Romance is a huge…



Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
By Denzil Walton  on The Book Owl Site: I’m asking this question because I am (happily) receiving an increasing number of books from Indie authors to read. And in some cases I have a bit of a dilemma when it comes to reviewing and rating them.…

The Problem With Inspirational Quotes.

Originally posted on Some Words That Say What I Think:
In the past, religion was a much more prominent part of society and the majority of people put their faith in an ethereal being that existed outside of themselves. For the most part, people believed that the amount of control that they had over what…

Jon Mollison nominates

Jon Mollison nominates

Originally posted on Planetary Awards:
Jon Mollison has nominated “The First American” by Schuyler Hernstrom in the shorter story category, and “Legionnaire” by Jason Anspach and Nick Cole in the novel category. Check out the post on his website, where he explains why.

Using Goodreads

Originally posted on The Magic of Stories:
I’ve always found Goodreads difficult to use, it’s clunky and what you see is not always what you get. There are lots of things that I don’t like, a lot that is not user friendly and simple things are made difficult. However, this post is about using Goodreads…

5 Ways That Playing with Pricing Can Sell More Books – From the Writers in the Storm blog

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
By Guest Blogger Penny Sansevieri Many authors talk about the complexity of book marketing, but sometimes it doesn’t have to be that hard. Sometimes all it takes is a tweak here or there to give your books a lift. And with this being a new year, maybe it’s time…

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