Monthly Archives: February 2017

The writer’s rollercoaster

I found this post by Sue Vincent to be interesting, entertaining, and all too familiar. I thought some of you could relate to it also! ******* I recently came into contact with a writer. Nothing unusual about that around here, … Continue reading

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Statistics Writers Should Know

Once again, Jane Friedman has provided valuable information for writers and their marketing priorities. Read it here:

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I started my blog – and followed other blogs – for all things writing and book related. I’ve enjoyed bloggers’ poetry, narrative writing, and photography. I’ve learned much from the ruminations of bloggers I’ve followed – new insights about writing, … Continue reading

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Exhibiting at Book Expo

Here is an insightful perspective on whether or not self-published authors should spend their promo money to exhibit at Book Expo – worth a read! Authors: Think Twice Before Paying to Exhibit at Book Expo (BEA) by Jane Friedman

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The Divided States of America

I generally steer away from any political posts, but this one struck me as so reasonable, I felt compelled. Finally, a voice of reason. When did we as a country start viewing different opinions as good or bad, rather than … Continue reading

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