Welcome to the February 24, 2014 edition of tips and tricks for writers and authors. This week we’ve got some great posts on book marketing, getting published, and writing. Thank you to all of the contributors.
Katie McCoach presents Being Able to Do What’s Best for Your Story, Not Your Ego posted at Katie McCoach, saying, “The key to being a successful writer is being able to do what’s best for your story and not your ego. Here are three ways to help your story speak for itself.”
Mary presents Blogging 101 – How to Find Inspiration for Your Blog Posts posted at Work Your Way, saying, “We all know that blogging is a great way to get extra exposure for your writing, but that’s all very well. What if you hold back from blogging because you’re not sure what to blog about? Here are 5 tips on how and where to find inspiration for your blog posts.”
Chrys Fey presents Writing About: Personality and Psychological Disorders at Write With Fey, saying, “TEN TIPS on how to write about a character with a personality or psychological disorder, plus interesting facts and definitions to help you understand the difference between the two.”
Erica Verrillo presents 3 Literary Agents Looking for Clients posted at Publishing… and Other Forms of Insanity, saying, “These three literary agents have opened their doors to new clients. As always, visit the websites of their agencies, check their list of clients, check the publishers they work with, and read all submission requirements carefully before contacting. (Click on the name of the agent, or their agency, for more information.) To check an agent’s history (for possible complaints) go to Preditors and Editors.”
Sarah Bolme presents The Most Important Equations posted at Marketing Christian Books, saying, “Do you know the most important equations for selling books?”
Yvonne Wu presents Reach for the Stars With Google Analytics posted at The YP Publishing, saying, “What do Google analytics tell us? Google analytics helps us make strategic decisions about our current advertising campaigns, future promotional campaigns, who our readers are and how our audience sees us.”
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