This Week in the Blogs, July 29 – August 4, 2017

by | Aug 6, 2017

By Shelley Sturgeon

No matter where you are, why not stop what you’re doing for a few minutes and catch up on some of this week’s interesting articles from some of the best blogs on writing and self-publishing that are available on the web. I think you’ll be pleased that you did, and hopefully, you’ll learn something new that can be beneficial to you on your indie publishing journey.

Jon Reed on Publishing Talk
10 Twitter Hashtags for Writers
“Hashtags are more important than ever – yet can still be a confusing minefield if you’re new to social media.”

Lisa Tener on Lisa Tener
Book Writing Tips: 9 Keys to Clarifying Target Market
“Clarifying target market will help you write a book that resonates for your readers—from the title and subtitle to the tone, content, features and structure. With this clarity, your readers can realize, “This book is for me! It’s just what I’m looking for.””

Deanna Cabinian on Jane Friedman
Using Amazon Ads to Sell a YA Novel
“When I started a sponsored products ad campaign with Amazon, I was skeptical—just another hot new tool that might work for some authors but not everyone.”

Mr. Pish on Indies Unlimited
Book Promotion Site Spotlight: BookDoggy
“I am excited to interview the lovely black Lab – BookDoggy – about her new book promotion site.”

Frances Caballo on Social Media Just For Writers
Have You Seen These Social Media Changes? Part II
“Last week I wrote about several social media changes, namely to Facebook and Twitter. Today I continue the discussion.”

 
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