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Writer’s Tips – Author’s Toolbox, Scams, Search Engines, Freelance Writing and More!

Hi everyone! Welcome back to my Writing Tips edition. This is the first post I’m sharing of 2020 on tips this year since I was on a winter hiatus. I picked out some posts I found had great information along my blog and newsletter reading, and I think  all writers will find these posts helpful in some way. There’s always something in my tips that you may not need now, but more than likely you will need at some point in your writing career, so you may want to create a folder for yourself in your files or in an app file for future reference. I personally, have all my reference files in the Evernote app, in case you’re looking for a recommendation. (No, this isn’t a sponsored ad, just trying to be helfpful.)

 

Books

 

Google Keep – a great note taking tool by Jacqui Murray (I use this on my phone. It comes in handy for making lists of things to remember.)

#AuthorToolboxBlogHop: Why Google Keep is a Great Notetaking Tool for Writers

 

 

Anne R. Allen with some great information on Publishing Scams to beware of:

10 New Publishing Scams to Watch Out for in 2020

 

 

The Bookdesigner demonstrates how to use Amazon’s Search Engine

Amazon is a Search Engine–Make Your Book an Easy-to-Find Product

 

 

Deborah Jay has some terrific information on how to get our books in more categories

How to add categories to your book on Amazon

 

 

Anne R. Allen again, with great tips on how to write a good Query Letter

How to Write a Professional, Not-Embarrassing Query to an Agent, Reviewer, Editor, or Blogger

 

 

Janice Wald from Mostlyblogging.com sharing some freelance writing websites

https://www.mostlyblogging.com/freelance-writing-websites/

 

 

Doris Heilmann of 111 Publishing offers some interesting tips on how to get more exposure for our books

Sweepstakes: Getting Your Book Message Viral

 

 

Nicholas Rossis has an excellent share for creating your  Online Signature for documents you have to send back signed

Working from Home Tools: Wondershare SignX

 

I hope you find these tips as helpful as I have.

©DGKaye

 

 

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D.G. Kaye is a nonfiction/memoir writer, who writes from her own life experiences and self-medicates with a daily dose of humor.

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