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Guest Post by Deborah Cooke (Abridged from a version originally published on www.deborahcooke.com)

Book charms are adorable and readers love them. I’ve bought them in the past from Etsy vendors, but when I realized I needed at least 100 of them for an event last August, I decided to try making my own. 908 more words

The Business Of Writing

Elements of a Query Letter

Hey people – I’m part of a query workshop at LTUE on Friday at 10 AM. I’m putting this post together primarily as reference material for that event, but it should be useful for anyone writing a query letter. 268 more words

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Today, we welcome back author and Hollywood producer Joel Eisenberg for the kick in the pants ALL of us need. I have to admit, yesterday was an  1,217 more words

Kristen Lamb

Once Upon a Theme...

Today, over at The Inkwell Council Rountable, I’m talking about theme: how to find it, and how to make sure you’re story properly carries it out. Check it out here.

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What Happens Next: Submission Series

Once you’ve polished your manuscript, put together a brilliant cover letter, and made sure to mind your manners, there’s only one thing left to do: wait. 669 more words


5 Tips for Compelling Library Programs

By Andra Watkins

Are you an author who’s interested in working with libraries? Whether an author has one book or twenty, libraries are still one of the best ways to connect with engaged readers. 576 more words

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How to SELL Your Book---First, What IS It?

Before we get started, a quick announcement. I want to let you know that I begged, pleaded and bartered for Hollywood Producer Joel Eisenberg to offer a Master’s Series and being the AWESOME human being he is, he is doing… 1,833 more words

Kristen Lamb

aurorajeanalexander reblogged this on Writer's Treasure Chest and commented:

One of my favorite writers, bloggers, teachers and amazing human being, Kristen Lamb, has published a blog post on "How to sell your book" - and how to find out what it is. Additionally, don't miss: W.A.N.A. offers a new class "How to Maximize Your Earning Potential as a Full-Time Author Learn from Hollywood Producer Joel Eisenberg" Isn't this phenomenal? Check it out. Thank you so much, Kristen!