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3 Reasons Indie Authors Should Continue Following Literary Agents

After looking over my options and deciding to move forward as an Indie Author, I stopped following agents on twitter and stopped paying attention to anything to do with query letters. 430 more words

Writing

The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts Reviews + Blurbs + Giveaways + Preorders

Reviews

Last week The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts received  some good reviews from Kirkus Reviews &  Publishers Weekly. I got an amazing review from Readers’ Favorite too! 499 more words

Promotion

Marketing a Book #6 – A First Author Interview in Print

Marketing a Book #6 – A First Author Interview in Print

I was excited, and just a bit nervous to see the interview article in print. 535 more words

Marketing A Book

Marketing a Book #5 - Keeping Pace with Social Media

lMarketing a Book #5 – Keeping Pace with Social Media

I began working with my social media publicist about seven weeks ago. The first few weeks were dedicated to organizing the campaign to come. 362 more words

Inspiration

New Imprint and Kudos

Simon and Schuster Children’s Publishing will launch a new imprint under Atheneum Books, called Caitlyn Dlouhy Books, helmed by the editor of the same name who has worked with such authors as Laurie Halse Anderson, Ashley Bryan, David Small, and Sharon Draper in her 16 years with the company. 218 more words

Inspiration

5 Tips to Overcome 'The Best Laid Plans' Syndrome

Sometimes, no matter how much we think we’ve planned or gotten our stuff together we run into snags in our schedule. Today’s post is a perfect example of that. 612 more words

Blogging Advice

An Interview on a Dinghy for The Man Who Missed the Boat

Peter Wells, from the popular blog Counting Ducks, has written another book and it just came out today (April 9)!

Sheesh.

It’s not enough that his blog is wildly successful. 1,324 more words

Humor