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Ann-Marie MacDonald On Writing Aspects Of Yourself Into Your Novel

By Jenn Shenouda

It’s hard to be a writer and not come across that old cliché “write what you know” at least once in your career. 547 more words

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Wattpad: A Powerful Tool for Book Marketing

By Linda Poitevin

If you’re a writer and you haven’t yet heard of Wattpad (or you’ve heard of it but dismissed it), you’re not alone…and you may be missing out on a fantastic marketing opportunity. 1,048 more words

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The Work-for-Hire Relationship. It’s Complicated.

I earn my living as a work-for-hire writer. A work-for-hire writer is the same as a freelance writer. She, or he, sells writing services, usually for a flat fee. 453 more words

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How to Survive a Writer's Conference (Or an Introvert's Guide to Being Social)

As I mentioned earlier this week, I attended a writer’s conference recently. This is the second one I’ve been to this year, and I like to think I’ve learned a few things about doing conferences well. 313 more words


[Listen] Audio of my reading at The Business of Writing Event

So a few weeks ago, October 25th to be precise, the delectable Joy Isi Bewaji invited me to read at the “Business of Writing Event. 107 more words

How To Kickstart Your Sales

By David Gaughran

The sales of every book decay with time, but the great thing about self-publishing is that a book won’t get yanked from the shelves if its numbers drop, and it won’t be forgotten about by the publisher. 1,015 more words

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