AME Blog Carnival: Tips and Tricks for Writers and Authors – January 26, 2015

by | Jan 26, 2015 | Book Marketing Basics, Social Media for Authors

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Welcome to Author Marketing Experts’ Blog Carnival. This week features posts on social media, and getting published. Thank you to all of the contributors.

Getting Published

Erica Verrillo submitted 2 New Agents Actively Building Their Client Lists posted at Publishing… And Other Forms of Insanity, saying, “Here are two new agents actively building their client lists. Leon Husock has a particular interest in science fiction and fantasy, young adult and middle-grade novels. Cynthia Kane is interested in representing young adult, children’s, nonfiction, memoir, and commercial fiction.”

blogging tips for authors

Social Media

Chrys Fey submitted Blogging 101 posted at Write With Fey, saying, “This post is for those of you looking for tips to gain more readers and for ways to spice up your blog.”

Terry Whalin submitted Effective Use of LinkedIn posted at The Writing Life, saying, “LinkedIn can seem overwhelming but I give several simple–and easy tips to increase effectiveness”

Chris Well submitted Twitter Tools for Authors: 11 Ways to Get More Out of Twitter posted at DIY Author, saying, “For authors who feel like they’re spinning their wheels on Twitter, this article outlines 11 tools to help them get more out of the platform–and do a better job of creating valuable content for their Twitter followers.”

Hazel Longuet submitted 3 Simple Things You Can Do Today to Improve Your Blog posted at Novel Experience, saying, “There are 3 things I see time and time again on author blogs that take their hard earned readers away from their blogs, limit their social share potential and reduce the efficiency of their book links. The fixes are simple so give them a go.”

That concludes this week’s carnival. Our weekly roundup offers the best book marketing, self-publishing, writing, and general publishing industry tips to guide authors, would-be authors, publishers and others on their book journey. Submit a post to our weekly carnival by using this link:


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