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Blogging 101 for Authors with Tristi Pinkston!

In the current book market authors have to be more proactive than ever to promote their books.  Blogging is one of the handiest tools for an author to interact with their fans.  Not only is blogging fun, it helps tighten … Continue reading

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Dearest Fellow Writers – Thou Shalt not Spam

In these last recent weeks I’ve been upping my presence on the various social media, Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, and the blogs, to start building my loyal fandom.  I hate using those terms, but it’s the truth. I’m out in … Continue reading

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Ch-ch-ch-changes…

Two weeks ago I had the chance to pitch my book, Stonebearer’s Betrayal, to a small publisher in my community.  Two of their editors were kind enough to visit my writing group, share their advice, and hear about the things … Continue reading

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Quote by Virginia Woolf

I had a brilliant plan to post this on my newly renovated Facebook page and then link it to my Pinterest page as a great way of bringing people over to “like” my page.  Sadly, Facebook and Pinterest are not … Continue reading

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Things that Inspire – Pinterest

The digital world is full of different ways to share and communicate with friends, family, and complete strangers.  My newest favorite way to explore new ideas is through Pinterest, one of the new kids in social networking. In a nutshell, … Continue reading

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The World at Your Fingertips

Some may scoff at those who whip out their smartphones whenever and for whatever reason.  I know, I was one of them.  I used to think of myself as a bit of a purest when it came to using a … Continue reading

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The Solitary Paradox of Novel Writing

The goal of novel writers is to get their work out into the world.  We want our work to be so compelling that the books fly off the shelves and our adoring public can’t wait for more.  We can’t wait … Continue reading

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Using Social Media to Market Your Work

As you might have noticed from Wednesday’s Twitter related post, I’m experimenting with using social media to increase the internet exposure of this blog.  More websites showing information about posts here means more chances for people to come and check … Continue reading

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