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5 Ways To Use Voice Search To Sell More Books – by Zara Altair…

5 Ways To Use Voice Search To Sell More Books – by Zara Altair…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on The Creative Penn: Have you asked a question out loud to one of your devices in the last week? Did you ask Siri the weather on your Apple Watch? Did you ask Google Assistant to provide you directions? Did you ask Alexa for a…

Proven Email List-Building Techniques

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
In my last post, I discussed the top 7 email marketing strategies for self-published authors. The very first tip was, “the list is Number 1.” But how do you create a mailing list? That’s a challenge many authors struggle with. Thankfully, I came across a great post by Karolina…

The Blank Page Holds No Fear For A Brave Writer – by Derek Haines…

The Blank Page Holds No Fear For A Brave Writer – by Derek Haines…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Just Publishing Advice: Every writer confronts the dreaded blank page. It is white, stark and for many writers and authors, downright intimidating. Whether it is a fresh sheet of paper or a blank word processor template with its infuriating little flashing cursor, it is…

Kindle Now Has Scrolling Options

Originally posted on chrismcmullen:
? NOW YOU CAN READ A KINDLE EBOOK BY SCROLLING DOWNWARD Some formatters used to say that a Kindle eBook is scrollable like a webpage. But until now, that wasn’t quite right. You used to paginate your way through a Kindle eBook by advancing onto the next “page.” But Kindle eBooks…

28 Fabulous Writing Conferences in April 2019 – by Erica Verrillo…

28 Fabulous Writing Conferences in April 2019 – by Erica Verrillo…

Storytelling Exercise: Motif – by Melissa Donovan…

Storytelling Exercise: Motif – by Melissa Donovan…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on Writing Forward: Today’s storytelling exercise is an excerpt from my book, Story Drills, which is packed with fiction-writing exercises designed to impart the basic techniques of storytelling. Today’s exercise is from chapter thirty-five. It’s called “Motif.” Enjoy! Motif

Infographic: Facebook Ads Placements

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
Even though I’ve personally switched from Facebook Ads to Amazon and Bookbub ones, I’m well aware that Facebook advertising is far from dead. However, every Facebook update seems to change everything, including where you can advertise. Adding to the confusion is the fact that Facebook now lets you advertise…

K.M. Allan

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