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How to Effectively Manage Your Social Media Platforms as a Writer By Meg LaTorre

Being an author no longer means only writing. The publishing industry is competitive. Specifically, traditional publishing is far more difficult to break into than it used to be. Writers not only need to query an agent with a polished, nearly shelf-ready manuscript, but in order to stand out in a query box amongst hundreds of …
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5 Tips for Promoting your Book on Facebook by Anne Dayleview

Whether you are self published or traditionally published, there will come a time when you must face the dreaded… marketing!! One of the most powerful tools at your fingertips is Facebook Ads. While spending money on an ad may seem scary, especially if you are like most authors and don’t have Hogwarts money, Facebook can …
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Category Romance: Stories with Certainty for Uncertain Times with Michelle Karl

The world is on fire. Maybe even more on fire than it was last year at the same time… and when I sat down to write a post about category romance and comfort reading last summer, it seemed like things couldn’t get any worse. This morning I woke up to a report of a mass …