Welcome to the June 17, 2013 edition of tips and tricks for writers and authors. We have some great insights into book marketing and writing this week. Thank you to the contributors!
Joel Friedlander presents Author Blogging 101: How Long Should Your Blog Posts Be? posted at The Book Designer, saying, “So, just how long should your blog posts be? It’s a frequently asked question. This article offers some insight.”
Chrys Fey presents Topic: Writing A Series posted at Write With Fey, saying, “Writing a series really shows your commitment to the art of writing, and to the love you have for the first book in the series. This post will tell you about the different roles each book in a series has.”
Angela Greenfield presents Copywriting (Nonfiction) posted at BecomingAWriterBlog.com, saying, “Copywriting is a lucrative career option for aspiring writers.”
Marysia Trembecka presents Q&A with Dennis Kelly, writer of Matilda, Pulling & Utopia | Love Your Creativity posted at Love Your Creativity » Podcast Feed.
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Great round up of some good writing blogs (including my incredibly timely Dennis Kelly one ;-)). But really liked the ‘blog length’ one as I always worry I over write!
Thanks so much for contributing – we hope we’ll see you in a future Blog Carnival!
These are some great articles about writing! Thanks for sharing!