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Twitter – It took me a while to really ‘get it’ but now that I have I am obsessed with this micro-blogging medium. The challenge of getting your point over in 140 characters or less as well as being able to chat with people from all over the world and from all walks of life is pretty incredible. 374 more words


Spotlight: Barb Drozdowich and Babs Hightower and Their Guides for Authors

Blurb:Do you feel out of your comfort zone when dealing with book bloggers? They are the New Gatekeepers to book publishing success – but how can you tap into that source of free promotions by putting your best foot forward? 1,024 more words

Guest Posts

Book Review: The Mammoth Book of Steampunk

If you love steampunk, or if you are wanting to try and read some steampunk, but don’t want to invest yourself into a series, this is a book you need to read. 159 more words

Book Review

And the winner is...

It is the joyous time of year when all of the tutors in all of the university degrees get together and decide that all of the students get to have no social life for at least seven days. 1,830 more words


Award Time is My Favorite Time!

The wonderful Andie over at thebookheap was kind enough to nominate me for the Liebster Award! Technically, there is no tag-backs, so I am just going to bend the rules a little and throw in right here in the beginning that every one of you should go check out her blog. 870 more words


Book Review: The Grimm's Fairy Stories

This book is all about the classic Grimm’s Brothers fairy tales, the one’s that were tweaked for Disney movies and also fixed up for children’s books so they aren’t too scary. 139 more words

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Marketing Tips #1


Hello authors,

We are all struggling to market our books, to get the word out there to the public and to reach readers who will possibly love reading our work. 411 more words