Writer Ernest Hemmingway is quoted as saying “Write drunk. Edit Sober.” Fair enough, but I wonder what he’d say about marketing? Gone are the days when an author gets to spend their time writing and editing and then moving on to the next book as the publishing house took care of advertisements, book tours, …
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Contemporary Romance and the Romantic-Comedy: There’s a Difference? with Beth Daniels How to Write Dynamic Dialog with L. C. Hayden Crafting a Page Turner with Steve Shrott Blurbs, Taglines, and Ad Copy with Ines Johnson Special Events, Programs, and Webinars starting this week WEBINAR: Legal Issues for Indie Authors with Jacqueline Lipton ~ February 21 @ …
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Sentence Structure with Terri Main Why Worldbuilding is the Secret Ingredient with Catherine Peace Special Events, Programs, and Webinars starting this week Sweetheart Pitchfest ~ Feb 13-15 See more!
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Special Events, Programs, and Webinars starting this week Special Event: Polish YOUR Sweetheart Pitch with Becky Martinez WordWonders: Irene Roth’s Mentoring and Instruction Program for Writers MENTORING: Prism Marketing – A Power Author Marketing System with Deb Magnus MENTORING: Writing the Thriller with Jacqueline Jacoby See more!