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Originally posted on Sacha Black: Last week I talked through the first five of nine ways you as authors can use to find your readers. These were all lessons I’d learnt from a pile of marketing books I’d read over the last month. The post was too long to have it all in one blog, so… […]
What will you see in yourself when you try out someone else’s style? via In The Style Of — The Daily Post
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Write a 100 word story about The trees are talking to the man in the woods. You need to leave immediately says the trees.
Write a 1000 word story about The courtroom is packed. There is a man eating lizard that just entered the courtroom.
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We’re big fans of writing competitions; we maintain a list of them in our Winner Circle. Contests offer prizes, prestige, publicity, and publishing deals. Source: Author Marketing Mastery #45: Five Big Ways Writing Competitions Give You a Marketing Edge
Getting book reviews may be one of the toughest challenges an author will face, but reviews can be super useful to getting your book discovered and read! Source: Author Marketing Mastery #46: Getting Book Reviews That Matter!