Friday, November 6, 2015

Seven Writing Links -- volume 101

For those of you participating in NaNo this year, congratulations for taking the plunge. Although I considered entering, I couldn't justify starting yet another story when I haven't finished the other two I'm working on right now. Still, I miss the excitement of NaNo.

Have a great NaNo weekend and enjoy the links.

ChemistKen

Publishing a Sequel: 8 Book Marketing Tips You Need to Know

How to Set Up Pre-orders for Self-published E-Books

Move Over Barnes & Noble, Hello Amazon Brick-and-Mortar—Bringing Back the Bookstore Only Better

Nanowrimo: Act I questions and prompts Perhaps many of you are past Act I of your NaNo story by now, but I think this is still good information to have.

Amazon Lowers Kindle Unlimited Payouts

The Evolution of Your Hero

Five Ways for Self-published Authors to Use Video to Promote Self-Published Books

8 comments:

  1. Surprised Amazon is making the move to retail stores.
    I could've used those sequel marketing tips...

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  2. I read the article on Amazon's store. Wonder how it's going to do.

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  3. Good links. I like the list for sequels.

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  4. Thanks for the links! I see more and more people using video. I don't think I could do it, but maybe I could have my kid read a page from one of my stories!

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  5. I was really surprised about Amazon building a physical store. Going to save the article about the sequels. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Love the list of links. Thanks. And who said you had to start a brand new novel. I know many an author that is completing something they started. No cheating on the word count though. :-)

    Maybe, next year.

    Anna from Elements of Writing

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  7. Checking out your links--thanks for sharing them!

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  8. *pokes head out from editing cave* Wait, it's NaNo time?

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