I’ve been working on two books over the last few months – one is a novel and the other a non-fiction guide to Twitter for authors. I’ve finished writing the non-fiction book and I’ve, at last, finished the editing and it’s in the hands of my editors – hallelujah.
So I’ve been able to focus this week on the added value items (as I wanted to give my readers all the templates and action plans in digital form as a thank you gift) and my book cover. As a Marketing Consultant this pre-launch and launch phase is well within my comfort zone – it was the writing that I found hard. Anyway watch this space as we get closer to launch I will be writing a number of articles on using Twitter as an author and there will be some rather desirable giveaways….
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So I’m at last at a stage where I’m able to take the advice from writers who generously share their wisdom and learnings with the rest of the writing community. With tips on writing, self-publishing, book promotion and industry news there is something here for everyone – so check out the favourite articles of the week as chosen by more than 8,000 of your writing peers.
20 Most Popular Writing, Self Publishing And Marketing Articles – Week 41
1. 6 skills you need to succeed as a copywriter | Allison Tait – http://bit.ly/1Eioo1I
3. The Cost of Self Publishing? – http://bit.ly/1K7Myy1
7. 6 skills you need to succeed as a copywriter | Allison Tait – http://bit.ly/1Eioo1I
9. Expand your writing horizons with these great tips – http://bit.ly/1UAKLch
10. 22 Ways a Blog Can Sell Books — The Book Designer – http://bit.ly/1IKJX0c
11. 7 Reasons Why Twitter is Awesome for Writers – http://bit.ly/1IEUaa8
12. Novel Rocket: Planning Ahead: The Art of Creating a Series That Works – http://bit.ly/1IEUi9
13. Now Introducing: The Novel Planner, a Daily Planner for Authors | She’s Novel – http://bit.ly/1IKKxuX
14. Your Book Promotion Cheat Sheet – http://bit.ly/1SK4JDS
20. How to Sign Ebooks | Self-Publishing Advice for Writers – http://bit.ly/1DGb24l
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Bye for now…