Welcome to the April 1, 2013 edition of tips and tricks for writers and authors. We have a great mix of tips on writing, self-publishing and book publicity this week. Thank you to all of the contributors!
Carol Wiley presents 35+ Writing Websites and Resources For Freelance Writers Serious About Making a Professional Income While Still Having a Life posted at Musings from Carol.
Jon Rhodes presents Let People Know What You Really Think posted at Affiliate Help!, saying, “Really speaking your mind is a great way to generate some self-perpetuating publicity. Here’s how to do it.”
Nick Daws presents How to Set Up Google Authorship (and Why You Really Should) posted at Nick Daws’ Writing Blog.
Sarah Bolme presents Book Discoverability posted at Marketing Christian Books.
Jack Sarlo presents Quickly & Easily Become a Book Author! posted at Jack Sarlo’s Blog: Random Ramblings of a Marketing Maniac!.
Jessica Clark presents 10 Reasons Poems Don’t Always Need to Rhyme posted at Kenney Myers, saying, “Free verse has become so widely accepted by publishers of modern poetry, in fact, that some won’t even entertain submissions of formal poetry. These are ten of the reasons why it’s okay to break the traditional mold in your own poetry, opting instead for something a bit less rigid.”
Chrys Fey presents How To Create Mystery posted at Write With Fey.
David Leonhardt presents Are You Ready for a Ghostwriter for Your Book? posted at A Ghost Writers Blog, saying, “The more you have prepared in advance, the lower the cost will be for you. Ideally, the writer does not have to do any outside research, because you have done it all. If you provide your information in a complete and organized fashion, it saves time and money.”
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