Your Book Social Media Profile Awaits
Well, here I am about a month before the launch of THE XERCES FACTOR. I’ve been through the drill before but never get used to the ‘hurry-up-and-wait’ madness.
I’ve dutifully implemented the action items from my project management spreadsheet; they seem to come in bunches…a day or two of frenetic activity and then days of waiting until the next bunch comes along.
And there’s the frustration of waiting for someone else to…Continue
Added by Rodney Page on March 22, 2015 at 6:37am — No Comments
One of our facebook group members has suggested that we could get to know each other face to face. I think it's a good idea. As we are all in various…Continue
Added by Judd Miller on March 18, 2015 at 8:00pm — No Comments
Many self-published writers have to find ways to market themselves nowadays if they still want to remain in the game. Writing alone is a full-time job, but having to do the marketing by yourself, makes it an overtime job. In today's lesson, I will show you some helpful websites that can bring daily customers to your published book.
Book auctioning websites attract millions of debit…Continue
Added by Judd Miller on March 17, 2015 at 9:30am — No Comments
Hashtag is a new word that was developed by the millennial generation. It is also a very powerful, up-to-the-minute, news feeding media platform.Continue
The mark of a serious writer/author is the willingness to improve. The pursuit of excellence includes any combination of 1) formal schooling, 2) seminars, 3) reading, 4) organizations/groups, 5) research, 6) writing, 7) editing. You can probably think of other avenues.
Pablo Casals was a pre-eminent cellist and conductor (1876-1973) who blessed us with music. When in his 90's it is said that someone asked why he continued to…Continue
Added by Sean Patrick O'Mordha on March 7, 2015 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Fine wine needs to be nurtured, rested, watched and turned until ready for drinking.
I think words require a little care too. Serious writers probably have a couple of pages on the go at the same time. Maybe a dormant chapter or manuscript waiting in the wings to be revisited or re-enacted.
I find it a necessity to leave and come back, leave and come back yet again, until I feel I have a complete work, indeed will it ever be complete? It is that detail in the…Continue
Added by jenny dunbar on March 7, 2015 at 1:30pm — No Comments