Tags » Authors » Page 2

NPR News: 'Cuz' Examines The Tragic Life And Death Of A Young Black Man In LA

‘Cuz’ Examines The Tragic Life And Death Of A Young Black Man In LA
Danielle Allen’s memoir centers on her cousin Michael, who was sentenced to a long prison term for carjacking when he was 15. 19 more words


Monday Marketing. #3QuickTips

Happy new week everyone! Today’s Monday Marketing and #3QuickTips are about team building. Being a writer can be quite isolating and I’ve found that networking and talking to others really helps me to be inspired and more confident. 321 more words


G.L. Dorion reblogged this on Dorion's Author Blog and commented:

Networking is an old business concept that - in the 21st Century - is essential for authors of all stripes even those who tend to be isolationists. The old days of burying one's head in the writing and letting a publicist do the promotion are long gone.

Dogs! I have one, she's a Chocolate lab.

There is nothing worse than being insulted early in the morning by some stranger walking her dogs.

This lovely dog is Molly, she two years old, playful, love to mingle with other dogs and love affection and play around.   295 more words

Can’t Get Your Book to Sell…? Step 1 to Selling Your Book: Do Not Pretend It’s “Free.” (3 min read)

Let’s be honest, selling books is hard these days. The stats tell us that the average self-published author will sell fewer than 250 books, and the average published author will sell fewer than 2,000 books. 810 more words

Millionaire's Digest