AME Blog Carnival: tips and tricks for writers and authors – July 8, 2013by: Paula
Welcome to the July 8, 2013 edition of tips and tricks for writers and authors. We’ve got some great tips on book publicity, writing, and getting published. Thank you to all of the contributors!
Fiona Ingram presents Word Magic: Articles & Tips for Authors: Best Book Awards for Indie Authors posted at Word Magic: Articles & Tips for Authors, saying, “A good way to get your book noticed is to enter as many book awards contests as possible.”
W. Terry Whalin presents Excellent Editorial Insight for Every Author posted at The Writing Life, saying, “My review of a brand new book on the importance of getting an editor–even if you self-publish or publish traditionally.”
Chrys Fey presents Chrys’ Writing Rules: Don’t Leave Anything Out posted at Write With Fey, saying, “When you’re caught up in writing the details of a story and trying to get that story down on paper, you might unintentionally forget important information that your readers need in order to understand the story you are trying to tell them.”
Amanda @ Writing Cozy Mysteries presents Planning Ahead: How Much, and How Helpful is it Anyway? posted at Writing Cozy Mysteries, saying, “Planning ahead, also known as outlining, is one of the biggest struggles–and necessities–for cozy mystery writers. Coming up with a decent plot involves a lot of this, but the real question is: how much should be done, and does it really help in the end?”
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