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Giveaway Ideas For Indie Authors

Filed in Marketing Your Book by on July 8, 2021 1 Comment
Giveaway Ideas For Indie Authors

Giving away a copy of your own book is a classic giveaway for authors. But what else can you offer to make your giveaway more interesting or fresh? Giveaways are a great tactic for authors to use to promote their books. Because it’s an exchange for taking an action you specify — for example, to […]

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Set and Meet Summer Writing Goals

Filed in Writing Tips by on June 17, 2021 0 Comments
Set and Meet Summer Writing Goals

A common challenge a writer can face is that there’s no one to tell them what to do, when to do it, how to do it, or even if they’ve done it well. That’s why setting writing goals to keep yourself accountable is so important. And with summer officially beginning this weekend, now’s the perfect […]

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How to Write a Father’s Day Card

Filed in Author Inspirations by on June 10, 2021 0 Comments
How to Write a Father’s Day Card

Father’s Day is around the corner, which means it’s time to remind the father figures in your life just how special they are to you!  If you’re looking for inspiration on what to write on your Father’s Day card, you’ve come to the right place. What to Write You want to avoid generic messages and […]

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Summer Writing Prompts

Filed in Author Inspirations by on June 1, 2021 1 Comment
Summer Writing Prompts

It’s the first day of June, which means the countdown to the first day of summer has officially begun! One of the best ways to capture the experience of summer is in freewriting. To help you get your creative juices flowing, here’s a list of some creative summer writing prompts: 1. Write about one of your […]

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Twitter for Writers

Filed in Marketing Your Book by on May 20, 2021 0 Comments
Twitter for Writers

Twitter is a microblogging social media platform that allows you to publish short posts, up to 280 characters long, called tweets. Tweets can include images and links to websites. You can follow other accounts (the equivalent of friending someone on Facebook) to see their tweets in your timeline. You can even retweet (the equivalent of […]

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