Insecure Writer's Support Group

Burning Questions #IWSG

It’s the first Wednesday of the month! I would like to start out this post by thanking everyone who had participated in my July book promotion either via blog posts or reviews. Sandra Cox: Magic at Midnight (review) Jacqui Murray: Great Fantasy Books from Indie Authors (review) Juneta Key: Magical Pegasi (guest post and review) …

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Author Toolbox

Let’s Get Visual #AuthorToolboxBlogHop

It’s the third Wednesday of the month, so it’s time for the Author Toolbox Blog Hop! More and more the visual appeal of something is what makes people stop and look, take in the message and then take action. There are different ways to use this and different places to use this. Basic The easy …

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Author Toolbox

Running Your Author Empire

I learned a ton of things this year about running my author business. I thought about doing this as a series, but seeing as this is the last AuthorToolbox post for the year, I decided to go big. To learn more about the #AuthorToolboxBlogHop go here. I got advice from other authors, did a lot …

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Author Toolbox

RSS Feeds and the Good They Can Do For Your Blog

As part of building a better online presence (defining my brand and getting it noticed), I decided to look into more ways to grow my blog’s readership. You can find out everything about the #AuthorToolboxBlogHop here. That’s a mouthful! Though it’s the best I could do without actually naming the places that use RSS feeds. …

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A to Z Challenge

Getting it Right: Writing to Market #ownvoices

G is for “Getting”. In my quest to find out everything I can about publishing, I decided to do an interview with Holly Evans who shares her publishing journey on her blog — inspiring me to explore self-publishing. How would you define the genre of your books? That depends on how specific you want to …

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A to Z Challenge

The Importance of Folklore

F is for Folklore. I know, we’ve done this one for F before. But this time it will be different. Everyone is gathered around the fire. The elder pokes at the logs; everyone waits with bated breath to hear what she has to share… Okay, not anymore. In today’s rushed culture, there is hardly time to …

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