Welcome to my July edition of Writer’s Tips. Typically, I clip and save these articles in a folder to share here for my writer friends and readers. We all know there is so much great information out in the ethers, but no way can we all come across the same information because there is just so much information available. From my nightly blog reads to my morning newsletter reads, when I come across a helpful post for writers, I save for future sharing.
I don’t like to overwhelm readers with too many links, but I promise you all that if you are an Indie author in particular, you will find these articles I curate here of interest at some point in bookwriting. So today here are some fine posts I’m happy to share. Today, two successful authors, Effrosyni and David Gaughran, both sharing great lists of book sites where we can promo our books, complete with details and pricing. Natalie Ducey has a new tutorial on creating animated posts with Canva. Marcia and John are both contributors now at the Story Empire, offering valuable tips on writing notes and video lighting. Jessica wrote a great entertaining instructional on the use of Italics. KM Weiland shares a list of editors and their specialties. And Hugh is back with more good ideas on how to re-purpose older blog posts. Check it out and save them for later reference!
Are you an author looking for assistance? Whatever your need, chances are you’ll find a pointer or two here! Browse through Effrosyni’s FREE resources at your leisure and make sure to bookmark this page.
David Gaughran gives us a deeper look into some recommended Book Promo Sites.
Marcia Meara in her featured writer’s column at the Story Empire shares some great info for authors on what to do with ‘author’s notes’ in our books.
Blogging guru, Hugh Roberts with some great tips on re-purposing our old blog posts.
Natalie Ducey has a helpful post on How to Make Animated Pinterest Posts on Canva.
Looking for an editor? K.M. Weiland of Helping Writers Become Authors, shares a list of recommended professional editors.
Jessica Norrie has an insightful article on how and when to use Italics.
John Howell has recently become a contributor at the Story Empire, and he has a helpful article out on how to use the best lighting when making videos.
I hope you found something helpful!