Friday, November 3, 2017

Seven Writing Links -- Volume 177

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As promised on Wednesday's post, I'm back to my regular twice a week posting schedule.  October was a productive month as far as my story was concerned, but the vacation is over.  Time to start posting here again. 

Enjoy the links and have a great week! 

ChemistKen 



How to Write a Query Letter in 7 Steps

3 Keys to Writing Effective Action Scenes

My First Experience with a BookBub Feature Deal

#Nanowrimo: Day One, Act One (questions and prompts)

Brainstorming Your Character's Emotional Wound

Publishing Uncovered: Big Publisher vs Small Publisher

Social Media, Blogging, and SEO Tips



5 comments:

  1. I remember my first experience with a BookBub feature. CassaFire fell just shy of cracking the top one hundred paid books.

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  2. At a writing conference last year, we authors were told we all need publicists now in order to be seen and heard over the noise. A big publisher will give you one (if the marketing team feels your book is worth the push). A small publisher won't. That's a major difference. Little guys (gals) like me who can't afford publicists... Just gotta struggle on.

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  3. That was an interesting article about the difference between the publishers. The big five might assign a publicists most of the time, but that doesn't mean that person will do a lot. The truth is, 95% of the authors out there better be prepared to market, as it will be expected of them.

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  4. What Diane wrote! Thanks again for the links.

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  5. Great to hear you'll be back to regular posting. Looks like there's some great tips for NaNo writers among your links.

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