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Social Proof: What if Every Writer had the Freedom to Publish?

A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to attend a day long conference with Mark Coker CEO of Smashwords and it was a brilliant day.  1,073 more words

Writing Advice

Thoughts on Publishing - Back Cover Blurb

I’m currently formatting the Magic’s Stealing ebook editions for Smashwords and Kindle, and since I’m determined to get the files uploaded for pre-order tonight, I’m keeping this blog post shorter than usual. 742 more words

Stephanie Flint

Marketing a Book #9 - Learning About Social Media

Learning About and Avoiding the Block Hole of Social Media

It has been a while since I posted on this blog. I could have written this post several weeks ago, but I wanted to collect my thoughts about my time working with a Social Media Consultant. 632 more words

The Big Picture

Marketing Your Book on Goodreads

Dow Phumiruk, she is a pediatrician who has found her passion in art. Over the past few years, she has been able to focus on her love of illustrating for children. 1,057 more words

Authors And Illustrators

The Whirlwind of TGWIG

Flash Fiction Writing Contest Update

Big thank you to everyone who entered the Tell Me Your Ghost Story Contest! It closed to entries on July 15th at 11:59 p.m. 477 more words

Author Appearance

The Irony of Amazon Reviews Mysteriously Disappearing

This post is not a complaint about Amazon reviews. It’s just something that made me smile this morning. I read recently that Amazon is going to crack down on reviews of products or books by people who are somehow related to said product or book. 659 more words


Work and Play: Pic Monkey and Between

I’m trying to think of creative ways to spread the word about TGWIG’s reviews and also remind people to preorder it on Amazon, so I have a chance at hitting the Amazon bestseller list on my release day. 598 more words