Bring Social Media & Ebooks to Your Event in 2016 & 2017 #motownlit — Motown Writers Network . . . Michigan Literary Network

By 2020, the independent book industry is due to make billions. In a few years, mobile technology is due to make billions for small businesses. Did you know at least 70% of new customers find products and services through their mobile devices? Yet to understand how to make this money, businesses & authors need to learn the […]

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7 Author Ideas for an Amazing Live Book Launch — Pearls Before Swine

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis: This is a guest post by Mary Kleim, who works in the digital sphere. She is also a guest blogger who shares her online marketing experience on sites dedicated to creativity, self-development, writing, and digital marketing. Connect with Mary on LinkedIn. I particularly like how she combines an online…

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Are You Up for the Challenge? I’ve Been Prompted #8 — Sumyanna Writes

I’m going to try something new this week and only post the prompt. This way, I give myself a week to respond and find how to weave the words into a poem. Sometimes this process is quick and other times, it takes a while. Why do I do this challenge? First of all, […]

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Winter branches — Jane Dougherty Writes

Written as a series of #sixwordstory tweets and tweaked into a short poem. Pale sun casts deep shadows long, Wind in leaves sings winter’s song. Roses fall with never a sound, Petals scatter upon the frozen ground. Stark branches sway, aflutter with birds, Whispers the sedge its secret words. When dawn breaks, chasing sombre night, […]

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Finishing your draft? Don’t open it again until after Christmas — Wendy Unsworth

Originally posted on Nail Your Novel: On November 30th, or thereabouts, Nanowrimoers typed ‘The End’. Whether you’re a Nano or not, the next thing you must do is put the manuscript away. Close the file, stow the notebooks, do a happy dance. Unless you have a deadline that demands you thrash it into shape straight…

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Prompt #1928 Visual Prompt of the Week – Waiting for the Train — The Writing Reader

Create whatever this visual prompt inspires in you! Photo Credit: Pat Kight on Flickr Original article: Prompt #1928 Visual Prompt of the Week – Waiting for the Train. Related posts:Prompt #852 Waiting at the Train Station Prompt #247 Visual Prompt of the Week – Train Prompt #575 Visual Prompt of the Week – Waiting

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