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20 Articles on Writing Marketing and Self-Publishing - Week 41 - Novel Experience

Advice from writers – 20 powerful articles

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.

 

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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

2. Agents + Author Agreements  – http://bit.ly/1DLwhSC via @emaginette

3. The Cost of Self Publishing? – http://bit.ly/1K7Myy1

4. How NOT to approach your customers on Twitter –  http://bit.ly/1DRvcIW via @Hans_Hirschi

5. Amazon Kindle Lays the Path for Authorpreneurs  – http://bit.ly/1h8b8Id via @eBooksIndiaMag

6. Progress report on my writing  – http://bit.ly/1IM9BOT via @Hans_Hirschi

7. 6 skills you need to succeed as a copywriter | Allison Tait – http://bit.ly/1Eioo1I

8. Four Reasons Readers don’t buy Your Books via @Nick_Stephenson – http://bit.ly/1MW5tB6

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

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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

15. Self Publishing a Book? Some advice you shouldn’t follow via @Nick_Stephenson – http://bit.ly/1MW5dBU

16. 11 Morning Habits That Will Change Your Life (& Make You More Creative) ~ by Anna Guerrero – http://bit.ly/1UDPt9b via @SexyMuffyWilson

17. Three Powerful Ways To Make Your Stories Credible – http://bit.ly/1KiqDUR via @Yeomanis

18. How to Write a Painfully Sad Scene in Your Novel  – http://bit.ly/1ILZwn5 via @eBooksIndiaMag

19. The Impact of eBooks on Reader and Writer Behaviour – http://bit.ly/1WkhioF via @eBooksIndiaMag

20. How to Sign Ebooks | Self-Publishing Advice for Writers – http://bit.ly/1DGb24l

 


Well that’s this week’s writing advice on the world of writing – if you enjoyed this compilation, collated by Novel Experience, you’ll enjoy last week’s too – check it out here or check out the whole back catalogue here.

If you’d like me to submit one of your articles, or if you’ve read a great article and would like to share it with my other readers, drop me a line  at info@novelexperience.info and, as long as it’s relevant, I’ll send it out and who knows maybe you’ll be included in next week’s top 20. Or, alternatively,  you could  just share it in the comments below.

Bye for now…

Hazel Longuet - Novel Experience

One comment

  1. ArtMoney says:

    Twenty minutes is about right to bang out a quality post. My problem is the flow of ideas. When I m writing, I tend to come up with 10 other ideas for posts and articles and have to fight to keep my focus on the task at hand. I sometimes go from one post to the next without realizing just how much time I ve been spending writing instead of concentrating on my real work that pays the bills!
    ArtMoney recently posted…SUBJ1Twenty minutes is about right to bang out a quality post. My problem is the flow of ideas. When I m writing, I tend to come up with 10 other ideas for posts and articles and have to fight to keep my focus on the task at hand. I sometimes go from one post to the next without realizing just how much time I ve been spending writing instead of concentrating on my real work that pays the bills!
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