Category: author tips

#BlogTip: An Author Website Checklist – JeriWB Word Bank

Blogging tips

  Author/editor Jeri Walker has a great post for writers with a complete checklist of what your blog/website should have to make it most efficient for readers to navigate.   #BlogTip: An Author Website Checklist by Jeri Walker In the search for potential editing clients, I visit a lot of websites. That effort has culminated […]

Smorgasbord Media Training For Authors – Advertising – Gather around the right Waterholes. | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

Friday blogshare

    As you know, my Friday posts are reserved for guest author interviews and when I’m not conducting an interview, I post about anything authorly and/or blog related. Sally Cronin has recently been sharing excerpts from her expert advice in Media Training for Authors. Sally has a wealth of experience under her belt and […]

Do You Use ‘Text to Speech’ to Read Your Work Back to Yourself? – #Editing Tips

Editing tips

      Many of us aren’t aware of the many options that Word offers to help with our writing. Although I don’t profess to know what all the functionalities are on the Word ribbon, I was happy to learn about the ‘Read Aloud’ feature, also known as ‘text to speech’.   My friend Marcia […]

Mistakes Were Made & The HIGH Cost of Free – Kristen Lamb

Reblog and featuring

   Today’s share comes with some excellent advice from blogging/social media guru Kristen Lamb.  Kristen talks about the ‘cost of free’ when it comes to the pitfalls of working on a ‘free’ blogsite if you’re trying to sell books or anything else. She explains the drawbacks of different aspects of a blogsite that aren’t available […]

Sunday Book Review – How to Write a Sizzling Synopsis by Bryan Cohen

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  How to Write a Sizzling Synopsis Today’s book review is on a great little read I’ve had on my Kindle for awhile now, How to Write a Sizzling Synopsis by Bryan Cohen. Bryan is an author, podcaster and writing coach. For you authors who want to learn a couple of good tricks for writing […]

Guest feature – The Kindlepreneur – Dave Chesson On How Outlining Boosts Confidence

Guest Featured Author

  I was ecstatic when the Kindlepreneur – Dave Chesson asked me if he could guest post on my blog today. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Dave, he’s known as the Kindlepreneur. His website is a wealth of information for Indie authors where he covers everything Self-Publishing.   Hey Guys, I’m Dave […]

Smorgasbord Book Promotion – Twitter – Tagging and Pinned Tweet to spread the word. | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

Blog sharing

  Today I’m sharing a fabulous post from Sally Cronin about how engaging with bloggers and readers and sharing gives a boost to our blog traffic and book sales. Now who isn’t interested in learning some of the tricks of the trade to grow our readership for both?   In her post, Sally shares her […]

Just Sayin’ – Get Your Best Deals When Purchasing Apps and Website Services

Just Sayin'

Get Your Best Deals When Purchasing Apps and Website Services   Today’s episode of Just Sayin’ focuses on how to get your best price when purchasing apps and programs to aid in your writing/editing, security and antivirus programs for your computers, and for website domains and services that apply to your websites.   We see […]

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