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Tell Again Tuesday

A blog series where we shamelessly share posts from others that we have enjoyed.

 


 

Getting the most out of Your Amazon Author Page

By Penny Sansevieri

We often to complicate the heck out of things, don’t we? But the thing is, the best book marketing doesn’t have to be complicated – stop overthinking how to sell books on Amazon. . . .

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Tell Again Tuesday

A blog series where we shamelessly share posts from others that we have enjoyed.

 


 

WHY WRITING A BOOK IS LIKE TAKING A ROAD TRIP

By Lucy Mitchell

I’m halfway through writing a book and I can’t help thinking this process feels like a road trip.

Here are the similarities:

Stage 1 – Everything is going to be just fine…

This is the start of the road trip / writing a book. Delusion sets in as . . .

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Tell Again Tuesday

A blog series where we shamelessly share posts from others that we have enjoyed.

 


 

How to Launch a Book Without Looking Like an Amateur

By Penny Sansevieri

When looking to launch a book, the last thing you want is to look like a book marketing amateur. It doesn’t do your book justice to present it without complete confidence.

Readers want and expect . . .

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Author Marketing Experts’ blog

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Tell Again Tuesday

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#WRITERS – DON’T STRESS OVER YOUR WRITING – THE FUTURE YOU WILL SORT IT!

By Lucy Mitchell

Here’s a secret about writing which I have discovered – some stories you write will not turn out the way you expected them to because they are meant to be improved and perfected by the future you.

The future you will one day turn the . . .

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Tell Again Tuesday

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Verbs paint the essence of your characters–a writing tips post.

By Sally Brandle

This page is from the 1906 “Text Book of Art Education.” Paintings evoke emotions, as should your books. How to compose like a painter? After attending an inspiring Master Class by Damon Suede, author of Verbalize: Bring Stories to Life & Life to Stories, I purchased the book and . . .

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Soul Mate Publishing blog

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Tell Again Tuesday

A blog series where we shamelessly share posts from others that we have enjoyed.

 


 

How to Sell Books on Amazon: Promoting Your Summer Read

By Penny Sansevieri

When it comes to how to sell books on Amazon, authors often forget to include the seasonal pivot in their book marketing plan. But there’s no time like the present to . . .

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Author Marketing Experts’ blog

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Tell Again Tuesday

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Build the Thrill: Murder Lazy Verbs & Resuscitate Your Writing

By J. Dana Stahl

Have you ever needed to sleep soooo badly, but you just couldn’t doze off? Maybe you had a crazy plot line on the brain, or you were reliving that all-too-real horror scene from Carnival Killers you just watched on Lifetime after everyone went to bed. Whatever kept you awake, the only thing that could possibly help you doze off was picking up a chemistry textbook, or maybe listening to a speech about tube socks…or even reading this:

He went to the park. He saw the man he wanted to talk to. The man was dressed in a drab suit and looked bored as he stood there with a newspaper and a cup of coffee. He paced slowly, waiting for someone, but not knowing who. He finally grew tired and sat on a nearby bench, observing the crowd.

Aaaaand, cut to snooze. Could that be any more nap-worthy?

Remember swooning over . . .

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Tell Again Tuesday

A blog series where we shamelessly share posts from others that we have enjoyed.

 


 

En garde WIP – Bring every Weapon in your Writing Arsenal to the Battle Field

By Dorlana Vann

I’m in the middle of a fight. My Work-in-Progress is my opponent, and right now I feel like I’m losing. I’m frustrated. However, I have to remember that this is how I feel every time I write a rough draft or edit. And this is not the time to give up; this is the time to dig in, think, and analyze. But in order to push past the negative thoughts, I’ll have to bring every weapon in my writing arsenal to the battle field.

Weapon #1 . . .

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Top 10 Tips for Writers

By Lynn Lovegreen

Since this month’s theme is “10” and we have a lot of followers who are writers, here are my top 10 tips for writers of any age or genre.

1. There are no rules, just guidelines. Never . . .

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Romancing the Genres blog

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5 Ways Ads Improve Your Book Marketing on Amazon

By Penny Sansevieri

Book marketing on Amazon is critical, and ads are more popular than ever.

But Amazon ads, when done right, have lots of advantages beyond the obvious ones! Let’s dig into a few examples that really inspire the work I do: . . .

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