This Week in the Blogs, November 12 – 18, 2020

POSTED ON Nov 20, 2020

Shelley Sturgeon

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By Shelley Sturgeon

Hard to believe that we’re already in the last half of November. Where did the time go? If you’re participating in NaNoWriMo this year, how’s it going?

Still time to submit your e-book covers to our contest for November (that will be published in late December). All the info you need can be found here. Don’t miss October’s e-Book Cover Design Awards post here on Monday, November 30th.

And, check back here next week for our latest edition of Self-Publishing: Carnival of the Indies.

Be well, stay safe (and warm if winter’s settling in where you are) and I’ll see you back here in two weeks.

Joanna Penn on The Creative Penn
YouTube For Authors And Multiple Streams Of Income With Meg LaTorre
“How can you use video to attract readers to your books — and create multiple streams of income?”

C. Hope Clark on Funds for Writers
Amazon Reviews Can Be a Treasure Trove
“Whether reader or writer, imagine not having Amazon. You might cope just fine, but you know what? You’d be coping. So, instead of fighting it, consider using it to your advantage.”

Kathryn Craft on Writer Unboxed
5 Random Ways to Trim Your Manuscript
“I have just finished a concision edit on my work-in-progress that I didn’t exactly aim to do.”

Nate Hoffelder on The Digital Reader
Amazon Launches New Author Portal
“About three years back Amazon started beta-testing a new author portal called Amazon Author (not to be confused with Author Central). That new portal officially launched this past week with a somewhat confusing name and a new address.”

Brian Jud on BookBaby Blog
Seven Secrets To Selling Books As Special Sales
“Selling books to non-bookstore buyers — for employee perks, sales incentives, or add-on value — requires you adopt the seven “Cs” to find success.”


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