Thou Shalt Blog?

October 8, 2014 35 comments
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Thou Shalt Blog? by Jason Matthews details why authors should blog, and offers tips about blog post topics and how often to blog.

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    The Potential Perils and Pitfalls of Signing with a Small Press – And How to Avoid Them

    October 6, 2014 15 comments
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    Editor and author Salomé Jones explains how to avoid making a bad decision if you want to sign with a small press.

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      This Week in the Blogs, September 27 – October 3, 2014

      October 5, 2014 2 comments
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      Blogs for Self-Publishers, September 27 – October 3, 2014 including Frances Caballo, Kate Tilton, Doris-Maria Heilmann, Victoria Strauss and Giacomo Giammatteo.

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        Be Accountable to the Muse: A Creative Approach to the Writer’s Production Plan

        October 3, 2014 6 comments
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        Be Accountable to the Muse: A Creative Approach to the Writer’s Production Plan by Joanna Penn explains what a writer’s production plan is and how using one can keep you accountable to your Muse, and ensure you satisfy your readers on a regular basis.

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          AuthorRise Shows Promise for Indie Writers

          October 1, 2014 7 comments
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          AuthorRise Shows Promise for Indie Writers by Frances Caballo details the features of AuthorRise and explains how it can help authors by providing a one-stop analytics platform.

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