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Personal Branding for Authors: Part 3

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Personal Branding for Authors: Part 3

Making It Match If you have made it this far through the three-part series, you have likely spent some time thinking through how to begin creating or improving your branding efforts. The purpose of this final installment of the series is to circle back around to where you should start, and figure out where you […]

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Personal Branding for Authors: Part 2

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Personal Branding for Authors: Part 2

In the first part of this two series blog, I talked about the purpose of branding and where to begin. In this part, I am going to dig into some of the resources you can use to develop and maintain your brand. If you missed the first post, I recommend you check that one out […]

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Personal Branding for Authors: Part 1 of a 3-Part Series

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Personal Branding for Authors: Part 1 of a 3-Part Series

What is Branding? Branding. What does that word mean to you? Five years ago I would have told you it was what made a company or a product stand out. It was consistent, unique, and fitting to their concept. These days I would say branding means all those same things. However, now we are peeling […]

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Collaborate to Amplify Your Writing

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Collaborate to Amplify Your Writing

Spinning in your own wheel In a world full of words, it’s easy to find yourself recycling, rewinding and reinventing the same wheel time and time again. When we immerse ourselves in our own writing routine, our own wheel so to speak, that’s when we are most likely to produce something we’ve already created before. […]

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The incredible true story of “The Man Who Carved Stone Mountain” [VIDEO]

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The incredible true story of “The Man Who Carved Stone Mountain” [VIDEO]

We sat down with author Donna Barron to talk about her first book, The Man Who Carved Stone Mountain. This book tells the incredible true story of her father Roy Faulkner’s pivotal role in the completion of Stone Mountain’s iconic confederate memorial carving in Georgia. She lovingly writes anecdotes of the many challenges her father faced […]

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