THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO GOODREADS FOR AUTHORS
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THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO GOODREADS FOR AUTHORS by Dave Chesson from Kindlepreneur
EDITOR’ S COMMENT: I am confident the post will answer most every author’s question on how Goodreads can work for them. A must read if Goodreads is on your horizon.
32 WAYS TO WRITE ABOUT FEAR AND
29 WAYS TO WRITE ABOUT HAPPINESS by Amanda Patterson from Writers Write
EDITOR’S COMMENT: Authors can never receive too many suggestions about improving the art of the narrative. Amanda discusses how to write fear and happiness in an authentic way. Worth a read.
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Publish date, spring 2019
5 TIPS TO SPICE UP YOUR AMAZON AUTHOR PROFILE by Chrys Fey from The Creative Penn
EDITOR’S COMMENT: An author’s world stretches far beyond their hometown.
We try and sell our books around the world. The post reflects the Amazon author profile should also expand. I would argue this is a must read for all authors.
Publish date, fall 2019
WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE? USE THIS SIMPLE TRICK TO FIGURE OUT IF THEY ACTUALLY EXIST. by Dana Sitar from Writer’s Digest
EDITOR’S COMMENT: Any effort to identify a target audience can be a daunting task. The post offers a suggestion that may solve the problem.
HOW TO ADVANCE YOUR PLOT WITH CAREFUL SCENE DESIGN – 5 STEPS by James Bell from Live Write Thrive
EDITOR’S COMMENT: Advancing the plot includes creating a key moment in the scene encapsulated with established POV, setting, and conflict.
WRITING TIPS:FORENSICS FOR SCREEN WRITERS AND NOVELISTS by Cyhnthia James from The Creative Penn
EDITOR’S COMMENT: The post offers assistance to Novelists writing about handling digital evidence. The importance of the evidence is it can be changed when locked away. An excellent post for mystery and crime authors.