Monthly Archives: April 2013

Amazon’s Takeover of Goodreads

By |April 30th, 2013|

Nothing’s Sacred: Amazon’s Takeover of Goodreads

By Angie Picardo of Nerdwallet

 

If you haven’t noticed, Amazon is trying to take over the world. Or, at least the publishing and book world. In March 2013, it was announced that Amazon bought Goodreads, the free and neutral review site for readers and writers, for an undisclosed sum of money. […]

Blogging Tips for Fiction Writers

By |April 26th, 2013|

Blogging Tips for Fiction Writers
 

Blogging tips for fiction writers. Fiction writers must write to keep their skills sharp and their creative spirits flowing. One of the best ways to do both of these things is to write a blog. Yet it’s shocking to find just how many fiction writers struggle with it. From what to […]

Use Goodreads to Sell More Books

By |April 25th, 2013|

Use Goodreads to Sell More Books

Use Goodreads to Sell More Books. Goodreads is the little social network that could. It started out as a niche tool that only book nerds loved — a way for them to connect over what they were reading and the books that they had already read and loved. However, it […]

5 Most Expected Books in 2013

By |April 18th, 2013|

5 Most Expected Books in 2013. All you book lovers out there are in for a big treat, as 2013 brings before you a hoard of interesting books to read. Be it romance, action, or fiction, 2013 has books in store for book lovers of all genres. Here is a list of the top 5 books […]

Five Tips to Boost Your Creativity

By |April 17th, 2013|

Five Tips to Boost Your Creativity.  As a writer, creativity is an important commodity; our work demands a constant flow of creative ideas. We cannot wait for that elusive insight, our creative genius needs to be topped up on a daily basis. Without creativity, we cannot do our daily jobs.

This guest post comes from Cheryl […]

Character Development 101 For Writers

By |April 16th, 2013|

Character Development 101 For Writers

Character development is essential for writers wanting to write a book that resonates with readers. This guest post comes from psychological thriller author, JoAnna Santanen

When we read a story, we get invested in it.  The characters come to life, and we grow attached to either loving them or despising them.  […]

Writing a Children’s Book with Creativity That Sticks

By |April 12th, 2013|

Writing a Children’s Book with Creativity That Sticks
This guest post is by Monica T. Blas, Author/Illustrator of Uppity Owl Upcycles

Many people are now writing and marketing their own books successfully without the million-dollar book deal, demanding agent and tireless tours.  With the many online selling avenues like Amazon, Nook, and Apple combined with networking giants […]

How Can An Author Benefit From Social Media?

By |April 6th, 2013|

How Can An Author Benefit From Social Media?

This post comes from Becca Johnson from Digital Sherpa

If you’re looking for a way to spread the word on your latest novel, one of the most effective ways to promote it is through the use of social media. Writers that utilize popular social networks such as Facebook and […]

WHAT DO YOU WANT TO GROW?

By |April 6th, 2013|

WHAT DO YOU WANT TO GROW? 
This guest post is from author Eddie Hedges.

Many of my friends are farmers.  In the springtime, they prepare the soil for planting.  When the time is right, they plant their crops.  If they left the seed in the barn instead of planting them, what would happen?  Nothing at all would […]

SEO and Internet Marketing for Writers

By |April 5th, 2013|

SEO and Internet Marketing for Writers

SEO and internet marketing for writers is the topic for the guest post written by  Andrew Hiddleston, an internet marketing coach and entrepreneur. Discover more about Andrew’s internet business strategies and view his video blog.

 

 

If you are a website content author or a book writer dedicated to publishing your write-ups online, you […]