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Productivity Secrets: Bullet Journals and Planning — Guest: L. Penelope – From Jami Gold’s Blog

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
I don’t know a single person who isn’t so busy that they struggle to get everything done. So I love hearing about different productivity methods and tips. When I saw L. Penelope talking on Instagram about how she uses bullet journals to increase her productivity, I knew I had…

As the Author World Turns on Amazon Book Review Policies – From the Book Designer Blog

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
BY JUDITH BRILES ON MARCH 21, 2019 By Judith Briles Amazon: Love it … or hate it … but, you gotta deal with it. “Why are my reviews being removed?”?is an ongoing question that authors ask. There isn’t a live program that I do that it doesn’t surface. Scratching our…

15 Simple Reminders You Might Need If You’re Not Getting Enough Writing Done

15 Simple Reminders You Might Need If You’re Not Getting Enough Writing Done

Originally posted on Novelty Revisions:
1. A little bit of writing is better than none. 2. Terrible first drafts are better than never being able to say you’ve finished something. 3. If you don’t take your writing seriously, no one else ever will. 4. Perfectionism is overrated. 5. You don’t need to watch every new…

Update Your Keywords to Sell More Books over the Holidays – From the Writers in the Storm Blog

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
by Penny Sansevieri Especially around the holidays, take a moment and tweak your keywords/keyword strings in Amazon. Maybe you can’t incorporate any holiday – or Christmas-specific keywords, but tweak the keywords during the holidays and find the strongest ones for your market. Oftentimes searches that include “gifts for…” ramp up…

The Developmental Edit: Are you (emotionally) ready? – From the Writers in the Storm Blog

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
By Guest Blogger Kathryn Craft ? A developmental edit can feel a lot like sending your child to school for the first time. You’ve had several years to exert your influence on his upbringing and must now allow others into his journey. You may be ready to push the…

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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