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Originally posted on Megan Morgan:
Last week, the IWSG question of the month was about coming up with titles–and boy, does it hit close to home right now! Titles are something I struggle with, except when I don’t. Sometimes, wonderfully, the title comes to me along with the story. I start getting an idea for the…

This Week in Indie Publishing

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
Behind the New York Times Best-Seller (‘Not Best-Reviewed’) Lists In an effort to shed more light on how we work, The Times is running a series of short posts explaining some of our journalistic practices. Here, the New York Times best-seller lists staff answers frequently asked questions about how…

Agree or disagree?

Originally posted on Dan Alatorre:
Lack of an outline is responsible for 90% of writers block. Agree or disagree?

Book Promo – Get ‘The Music of Us’ for 99c/99p from 13th to 18th June…

Book Promo – Get ‘The Music of Us’ for 99c/99p from 13th to 18th June…

How to Run a Kindle Giveaway—for Now (for Authors Who’ve Run a Giveaway in the Past)

Originally posted on chrismcmullen:
Images from ShutterStock. HOW TO RUN AN AMAZON GIVEAWAY FOR A KINDLE EBOOK As I mentioned in my previous post, presently it seems like you can’t run an Amazon Giveaway for a Kindle eBook… Because the place on the bottom of the Amazon product page where the Amazon Giveaway option is…

Nicholas Rossis blog

Originally posted on What You Blog About:
Nicholas Rossis blog Nicholas C. Rossis blogs about all things books, with an emphasis on book marketing. It all started when he published his first book. As all authors, he was hoping for the world to swiftly recognize the brilliance of his work. That first month, he sold…

Holiday season…

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
The trouble with going away is the work That needs doing before you depart, Between all the jobs and the livestock and sons… You must take a deep breath and take heart. ‘Cause the freezer needs filling with ready-cooked meals That you’re cooking from scratch every day,…

Book launch and Excerpt! Cusp of Night by Mae Clair

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
Cusp of Night Takes Readers from Circus, to Tea Room, to Séance Sue, many thanks for having me on your blog today. I’m delighted to be here to share my newest release, Cusp of Night. The first book in my Hodes Hill series, Cusp is a mystery/suspense…

Rosie’s #Bookreview Team #RBRT The Women Of Heachley Hall by @RachelJWalkley #wwwblogs

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Today’s team review is from Jenny. Jenny has been reading The Women Of Heachley Hall by Rachel Walkley 5 Stars Her Great Aunt Felicity has left Miriam Heachely Hall. But she has to live in the house for one year and one day before she can sell it and collect…

WIP Wednesday [June 2018]

Rachel Poli We’re already just about halfway through June, which is unbelievable to me. I know I say this a lot, but I feel like 2018 just started, let alone the month of June. But anyway, here’s what I’ve been working on this month. George Florence & The Perfect Alibi I’ve been working on rewriting […]

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