This Week in the Blogs, October 1 – 7, 2020

POSTED ON Oct 9, 2020

Shelley Sturgeon

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By Shelley Sturgeon

The leaves are starting to change color where I live. I love this time of the year–the colors, the smells, that feeling of wrapping up in a warm sweater… What is your favorite season?

Some good articles again this week full of information and inspiration, and in case you’ve forgotten:

  • You can submit your best blog posts to our blog carnival, Self-Publishing: Carnival of the Indies, by midnight on Thursday, October 15th.
  • There is still time to submit your ebook covers for inclusion in October’s e-Book Cover Design Awards. Submissions are accepted until October 31st.

Be well and stay safe! See you back here next Friday.

Rachel Thompson on Anne R. Allen’s Blog… with Ruth Harris
How To Write, Market, And Be Mentally Healthy by @BadRedheadMedia
“As a writer, marketer, business owner, mom, and human with anxiety and PTSD, I’ve had to navigate ways to manage online marketing work, writing, and self-care, and that’s what I’m going to share with you all today.”

Frances Caballo on Social Media Just for Writers
105 Hashtags for Writers
“Are you still confused by hashtags? If so, I list 105 hashtags for writers that will make the chore a breeze.”

Victoria Jayne on Build Book Buzz
13 fiction book marketing tips from an experienced novelist
“I’m not a best-seller. I’m not a marketing guru. I’ve learned more about what not to do than specific strategies that work over the past three years. However, I am an author in the trenches.”

Rob Davis on Digital Pubbing
Developing an ebook Writing Strategy
“Despite it being just nine years since the launch, the world of self-published ebooks is ever-evolving and doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.”

Judith Briles on The Book Shepherd
6 Essential Questions for Author Book Marketing Success
“Are you scrambling for ways to connect in the social distancing mode of 2020 … or are have you chosen to submerge yourself in the shadows of your marketing, waiting for a better day?”

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