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

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… viaContinue reading “7 Author Ideas for an Amazing Live Book Launch — Pearls Before Swine”

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, […] via AreContinue reading “Are You Up for the Challenge? I’ve Been Prompted #8 — Sumyanna Writes”

Ripples… — Sumyanna Writes

Our lives start out small like a smooth pebble undefined unrefined but beauty still strong, until broken down in pieces. And yes, we grow old and over time that pebble thrown across the river reverberates we breath in slowly exhale and we wonder does it matter? If only we could see what ripples […] via Ripples…Continue reading “Ripples… — Sumyanna Writes”

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, […]Continue reading “Winter branches — Jane Dougherty Writes”

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… viaContinue reading “Finishing your draft? Don’t open it again until after Christmas — Wendy Unsworth”

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 via PromptContinue reading “Prompt #1928 Visual Prompt of the Week – Waiting for the Train — The Writing Reader”

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