Welcome to the September 9, 2013 edition of tips and tricks for writers and authors. We have tips on writing, book marketing, and book reviews in this issue. Thank you to all of the contributors.
Joel Friedlander presents Why Your Blog’s About Page is Completely Wrong posted at The Book Designer, saying, “Does your blog’s About page connect all that ‘about me’ information to the reasons that readers visit your blog in the first place?”
Cherry Liu presents 30 Blogs to Follow if You’re Looking for Great Book Reviews posted at House Sitting Jobs, saying, “You can never judge a book by its cover, nor can you read the entire thing while loitering in the bookstore. It is frowned upon in most stores, and liable to get you ejected from some. However, ill-chosen books are likely to become nothing more than a door stop before being relegated to a box in the next available yard sale.”
Chrys Fey presents Writing About: Hospitals posted at Write With Fey, saying, “Hospitals are common places for people to go to in real life, as well as in fiction. Writers lead their characters to hospitals for many reasons. If one (or several) of your characters end up at a hospital, and you suddenly find yourself scratching your head about where to begin, this article is for you!”
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