Category: author tips

Writer’s Links: Practical Tips for #Writers

Tips for Writers

This week’s share of helpful links for writers I’ve come across in my reading.   Don’t delete your unused writing! Old manuscripts sit gathering dust in your writing archives. NYT bestseller Ruth Harris has practical tips for reviving those abandoned books, at the blog of Anne R. Allen Source: Practical Tips for Finding New Opportunities […]

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – The Travel Column with D.G. Kaye – Part Three – Preparing for a Safe Trip. | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

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  Welcome to Part 3 of my Travel Tips in my Travel Column I’m writing for Sally Cronin’s Smorgasbord Invitation.     Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – The Travel Column with D.G. Kaye – Part Three – Preparing for a Safe Trip.   Welcome to part three of the Travel Column with D.G. Kaye.. Debby Giesand this week […]

Platform: Self-Publishing « Carrot Ranch Literary Community

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  I was invited to write for Charli Mills‘ Carrot Ranch last week on the topic of self-publishing. I was elated at the response in comments and that so many found my article helpful. I hope you all can find something valuable in it too.   Platform – Self-Publishing   How to Build a Readership […]

Writer’s Tips and Links – #Editing, #Memoir Writing, #Promotional Sites

Tips for Writers

  Tuesday tips today for writers and authors. I like to gather articles I find helpful for my own writing and love to share them here for other writers. I’m sure there’s something of value here for all writers. These articles are featured on some of the most helpful websites for writers so do check […]

What’s in a Name? – They Call Me Pokercubster

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What’s in a Name?   Branding ourselves as authors on our platforms, social media and blogs with alias names or unrelated names for the work we produce, sometimes becomes an oversight as time passes and we connect with a growing readership. It’s essential to build a platform as published authors to gain new readership and […]

Promote Your Book Reviews – #ShareAReviewDay #MondayBlogs | The Write Stuff

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    The talented and often hilarious Marcia Meara of The Write Stuff has generously started a new weekly series on her blog – Share a Review Day. Marcia kindly invites authors to submit some of their book’s reviews to her and she will feature them on her blog. Wow, another generous author who will […]

Important Notice: – The #GDPR in Effect May 25, 2018 Is Your Blog Ready?

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  You may have seen some articles around the internet speaking about the new GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) law that comes into effect May 25th, 2018. To be quite honest, I’m still trying to grasp all the rules involved with this change and have read quite a few articles about it, which I will […]

Writing Tips and Links for Writers and Authors

Tips for Writers

Great Links for Writers I came across in the last week:   Ever wonder what exactly should go on your copyright page of your books? Here’s a comprehensive list with everything you need to know about a copyright page: Your copyright page: Everything you need to know   Author and Blogger, Don Massenzio has started […]

Writer’s Links You May Find Fun and Helpful

Tips for Writers

This week’s share has some fun and interesting links writers can enjoy and be informed. A comprehensive list of Emojis you can download and use for all your correspondence, How to capture a reader’s attention, How to work with Slideshares, A printable checklist to use for revisions, and Formatting mistakes to avoid.     Do […]

Weekly List of Helpful Links for Writers – Backing Up

Tips for Writers

This Week’s Discoveries of Writer’s Links     We’ve all heard it many times – Backup your work! Here’s an informative article from Standout Books, one of my favorite websites for tips for writers. Great ideas and how tos to backup your work. How To Back Up Your Work Like An Author   Do you […]

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