Advice, authors, Grammar

A great grammar site:

http://www.englishgrammar.org/ What are copular verbs? NOVEMBER 15, 2010 - A copular verb is a special kind of verb used to join an adjective or noun complement to a subject.  Common examples are: be (is, am, are, was, were), appear, seem, look, sound, smell, taste, feel, become and get. A copular verb expresses either that the subject… Continue reading A great grammar site:

authors, marketing, writing

Today only: awesome deal from Writer’s Digest.

http://www.writersdigestshop.com/the-successful-self-publishing-premium-collection-1?utm_source=writersdigestshop.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=wds-bak-fb-160401- Ooh I want this 🙂 Can't have it, but I really want it 🙂 The Successful Self-Publishing Premium Collection Format: Digital Collection The Successful Self-Publishing Premium Collection There are more options than ever to produce your work and make it available for sale-without assistance or approval from a publisher. New online services can publish… Continue reading Today only: awesome deal from Writer’s Digest.

Advice, marketing

ReBlogged: How to host a book launch party

More useful information this time about marketing. This lady seems to have a great sense of humor and dishes it out with a little bit of wisdom. She really had some good ideas! I'm almost excited to do one of these now. 🙂 ~Kaw For more of the article follow link below. http://sherryficklin.com/how-to-host-a-book-launch-party/ How to host… Continue reading ReBlogged: How to host a book launch party

Advice, authors

ReBlogged: The hard truth about book signings

This was entertaining and informative. 🙂 ~Kaw http://sherryficklin.com/the-hard-truth-about-book-signings/ The (Hard) Truth About Book Signings Posted on March 28, 2016 by sdficklin I had a friend, newly published, have her first book signing recently, at a major chain store. She came back so disappointed that it broke my heart. Yet her experience is not uncommon. So… Continue reading ReBlogged: The hard truth about book signings

Advice, authors, writing

writer’s digest: 5 reasons you should pitch to smaller markets

http://www.writersdigest.com/online-editor/5-reasons-you-should-pitch-your-writing-to-smaller-markets   5 Reasons You Should Pitch Your Writing to Smaller Markets By: Guest Column | February 18, 2016         The dream of every freelance writer is the “big get.” That is, writing for the largest, best-known markets we can land. Bigger markets, after all, mean more prestige and better money. But there also… Continue reading writer’s digest: 5 reasons you should pitch to smaller markets

Advice, authors, writing

reasons authors fail at marketing: (Ty to badredheadmedia)

http://badredheadmedia.com/2016/02/11/these-are-the-reasons-most-authors-fail-at-book-marketing/ February 11, 2016 By Rachel Thompson 9 Comments These are the Reasons Most Authors Fail at Book Marketing I’ve gleaned a lot of information on author behavior over the years and especially with the free 30-day book marketing challenge I started on February 1 (registration is closed at this time, so if you missed… Continue reading reasons authors fail at marketing: (Ty to badredheadmedia)

Advice, authors, writing

Starting late in life (writing and via She Writes.)

[SWP: BEHIND THE BOOK] APPRENTICESHIP POSTED BY JENNI OGDEN ON FEBRUARY 4, 2016 AT 5:00PM VIEW BLOG “When did you write your first story?” It’s a standard question for novelists. “As soon as I could hold a pencil” is the right answer. Not me though. I didn’t even think about writing a novel until I… Continue reading Starting late in life (writing and via She Writes.)