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Bookshop.org

As a member of the Independent Book Publishers Association, I am privy to a lot of great industry support, information, and changes. One of the things that has come out of the COVID-19 support commitment is a Member Roundtable. Good … Continue reading

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Coping with COVID-19 and Authors Boosting Authors

We help each other. A wonderful side-effect of helping others is that our own anxiety and chaos get toned way down. Another one is that when we help others, we also reap a benefit – that’s the way the Lord designed the universe.  Continue reading

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Interview with David Baldacci

I promised a weekly blog – and I love you all – so I wanted to post something of value. But NaNoWriMo is added to the normal towering pile of things to complete – so I read this awesome interview … Continue reading

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Stretching Our Comfort Zones

The FWA 2018 Conference offered some neat “extras” this year including an affordable, professional author headshot studio and a recorded video interview session for the Meet the Authors Show with Dr. Philip Levin. Since I’d just had the headshot done … Continue reading

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THE POWER OF EMOTION or Show Don’t Tell Part 1

I want to take a swing at this discussion from the back door. Most writers who have been around published authors or professionals in the writing field, will have heard the term, “show don’t tell”. While telling a story (which … Continue reading

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How to Write a Fantastic Synopsis by Sherri Wilkolaski

My favorite (and I’ve read many) book about writing a synopsis is by Elizabeth Sinclair and is called, Writing the Dreaded Synopsis. It’s an in-depth little book that also addresses making sure your characters are complete, your pacing is up to … Continue reading

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GET READY FOR HOLIDAY BOOK SALES

This original blog post was on the Infinity blog for authors and writers. Since I published TWO Christmas books this year, I found this blog topic to be very powerful and appropriate. All of you who are published in Snowbird Christmas … Continue reading

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Too Hot for Christmas???

This week, two new Christmas books were launched from my micro-publishing company, WC Publishing! While one is a collection of new Christmas stories by authors near and far, the other is a labor of love by Dr. Jerry Gamache and … Continue reading

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QUICK BYTES –

Some articles surely worthy of your attention! Enjoy! From New York Times – Goodreads – could be your new best friend! Visit the NY Times article for information every writer can use! http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/13/books/goodreadscom-is-growing-as-a-popular-book-site.html?_r=1& From Jane Friedman – 10 Questions to Ask Before … Continue reading

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Still Time for Holiday Sales

  Penny C. Sansevieri, CEO and founder of Author Marketing Experts, Inc., is a best-selling author and internationally recognized book marketing and media relations expert. Reprinted from “The Book Marketing Expert newsletter,” a free ezine offering book promotion and publicity tips … Continue reading

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