JB’S JOURNAL FOR AUTHORS–JANUARY 13

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WHERE TO GET BOOK REVIEWS

JB’s Journal for Authors is a bi-weekly newsletter dedicated to the authors who never have enough time and are crushed by information. The Journal highlights important information to help authors sell books.

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Published

HEADLINE

THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO SOCIAL MEDIA FOR WRITERS 2019 by Dave Chesson from Kindlepreneur

Click here to read more

EDITOR’ S COMMENT: Dave consistently gives helpful posts to authors. This one is no exception. Perhaps the most helpful is examples of authors who have successfully used the different social media platforms. I encourage every author to take a look at Dave’s post.

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FEATURED ARTICLE

Publish date January 22, 2019

TITLE

ProWritingAid REVIEW: IS ProWritingAid BETTER THAN GRAMMARLY? by Dave Chesson from Kindlepreneur

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EDITOR’S COMMENT: I confess I am a strong advocate of ProWritingAid. In my judgment it is an essential tool for any writer. Take a look and see if you agree or disagree with me.

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FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK

Publish date, spring 2019

THIRTY-TWO WAYS TO WRITE ABOUT FEAR by Amanda Patterson from Writers Write

Click here to read more

EDITOR’S COMMENT: I

know 32 of this and 104 of that. Enough to wear a body out. This one is different and is helpful reading . The author has taken the emotion fear and broken it down to physical reactions, body language and importance of fear in plotting. And, there is more.

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BOOK REVIEWS & BOOK GIVEAWAYS: THE NEW LANDSCAPE by Brian Feinblum from BookMarketingBuzzBlog

Click here to read more

EDITOR’S COMMENT: The post lists 13 review and book giveaway links.

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TOP TEN WRITING TOOLS OF 2019 from ProWritingAid

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EDITOR’S COMMENT: The world is changing and that includes the tools used by writers. Tools include thingmajigs for the office, social media, scheduling, publishing, and of course, extra stuff.

 BONUS

Publish date, fall 2019

THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF EDITING EXPLAINED by Jim Dempsey from Writer Unboxed

 

Click here to read more

 

EDITOR’S COMMENT: We have had several posts on the different types of editing. This post explains when each type of editing is needed in the writing journey.

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THE TRICKY ISSUE OF POV IN MEMOIR by Sarah Channcey from Jane Friedman

Click here to read more

EDITOR’S COMMENT: I confess I’d never given it a thought of POV in a memoir. Jane always publishes excellent posts. If a memoir is on your horizon, this is a must read.

 

 

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ALL-IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS WHEN CRAFTING A SCENE by Angela Ackerman from Writers Helping

Writers

Click here to read more

EDITOR’S COMMENT:  Scene construction is a subject previously posted in the Journal. It is always helpful to get new perspectives on the subject. Eleven considerations are listed to help achieve a successful scene. 

 

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SECOND PAGE

Publish date, 2020

12 SEO TIPS TO DRIVE TRAFFIC AND SELL BOOKS by Lee Foster from the Book Designer

Click here to read more

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DOES YOUR COVER NEED A NEW YEAR’S MAKEOVER? by P J Parrish from Killzoneblog

Click here to read more

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7 SPINE-CHILLING TIPS FOR WRITING AN UNFORGETTABLE HORROR STORY by Anthony Ehlers from Writers Write

Click here to read more

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MORALITY AND THE MODERN WRITER by Clare Langley-Hawthorne from Killzoneblog

Click here to read more

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KNOW WHAT YOU ARE WRITING by Elaine Viets from Killzoneblog

Click here to read more

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HOW TO CALANDARIZE YOUR BOOK MARKETING APPROACH by Dawn Reno Langley from WritersDigest

Click here to read more

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SOCIAL MEDIA THROWDOWN: FACEBOOK GROUPS by Julie Glover from Writers in the Storm

Click here to read more

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PUBLISHDRIVE LAUNCHES AN eBOOK PRODUCTION by Nate Hoffelder from The Digital Reader

Click here to read more

 

 

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JB’S JOURNAL FOR AUTHORS–JANUARY 13

Posted · 2 Comments

WHERE TO GET BOOK REVIEWS

JB’s Journal for Authors is a bi-weekly newsletter dedicated to the authors who never have enough time and are crushed by information. The Journal highlights important information to help authors sell books.

Photo Credits:  Pixabay

Facebook Fan Page  https://www.facebook.com/JBMorrisAuthor/

Twitter                        https://twitter.com/JBMORRISAuthor

email                            jbmorris37@gmail.com

 SETH                           http://myBook.to/SETHMorris

 

 AMAZON BEST SELLING AUTHOR

 INTERNATIONAL AUTHOR

 READERS FAVORITE

EDITOR’S COMMENT ON BLOG MAILING LIST 

Please send me an email at jbmorris37@gmail. com  if you wish to add your name to our mailing list. 

Published

HEADLINE

THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO SOCIAL MEDIA FOR WRITERS 2019 by Dave Chesson from Kindlepreneur

Click here to read more

EDITOR’ S COMMENT: Dave consistently gives helpful posts to authors. This one is no exception. Perhaps the most helpful is examples of authors who have successfully used the different social media platforms. I encourage every author to take a look at Dave’s post.

 ***

FEATURED ARTICLE

Publish date January 22, 2019

TITLE

ProWritingAid REVIEW: IS ProWritingAid BETTER THAN GRAMMARLY? by Dave Chesson from Kindlepreneur

Click here to read more

 

 

 

EDITOR’S COMMENT: I confess I am a strong advocate of ProWritingAid. In my judgment it is an essential tool for any writer. Take a look and see if you agree or disagree with me.

***

FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK

Publish date, spring 2019

THIRTY-TWO WAYS TO WRITE ABOUT FEAR by Amanda Patterson from Writers Write

Click here to read more

EDITOR’S COMMENT: I

know 32 of this and 104 of that. Enough to wear a body out. This one is different and is helpful reading . The author has taken the emotion fear and broken it down to physical reactions, body language and importance of fear in plotting. And, there is more.

*

BOOK REVIEWS & BOOK GIVEAWAYS: THE NEW LANDSCAPE by Brian Feinblum from BookMarketingBuzzBlog

Click here to read more

EDITOR’S COMMENT: The post lists 13 review and book giveaway links.

*

TOP TEN WRITING TOOLS OF 2019 from ProWritingAid

Click here to read more

EDITOR’S COMMENT: The world is changing and that includes the tools used by writers. Tools include thingmajigs for the office, social media, scheduling, publishing, and of course, extra stuff.

 BONUS

Publish date, fall 2019

THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF EDITING EXPLAINED by Jim Dempsey from Writer Unboxed

 

Click here to read more

 

EDITOR’S COMMENT: We have had several posts on the different types of editing. This post explains when each type of editing is needed in the writing journey.

*

THE TRICKY ISSUE OF POV IN MEMOIR by Sarah Channcey from Jane Friedman

Click here to read more

EDITOR’S COMMENT: I confess I’d never given it a thought of POV in a memoir. Jane always publishes excellent posts. If a memoir is on your horizon, this is a must read.

 

 

*

ALL-IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS WHEN CRAFTING A SCENE by Angela Ackerman from Writers Helping

Writers

Click here to read more

EDITOR’S COMMENT:  Scene construction is a subject previously posted in the Journal. It is always helpful to get new perspectives on the subject. Eleven considerations are listed to help achieve a successful scene. 

 

 ***

 ***

SECOND PAGE

Publish date, 2020

12 SEO TIPS TO DRIVE TRAFFIC AND SELL BOOKS by Lee Foster from the Book Designer

Click here to read more

*

DOES YOUR COVER NEED A NEW YEAR’S MAKEOVER? by P J Parrish from Killzoneblog

Click here to read more

*

7 SPINE-CHILLING TIPS FOR WRITING AN UNFORGETTABLE HORROR STORY by Anthony Ehlers from Writers Write

Click here to read more

*

MORALITY AND THE MODERN WRITER by Clare Langley-Hawthorne from Killzoneblog

Click here to read more

*

KNOW WHAT YOU ARE WRITING by Elaine Viets from Killzoneblog

Click here to read more

*

HOW TO CALANDARIZE YOUR BOOK MARKETING APPROACH by Dawn Reno Langley from WritersDigest

Click here to read more

*

SOCIAL MEDIA THROWDOWN: FACEBOOK GROUPS by Julie Glover from Writers in the Storm

Click here to read more

*

PUBLISHDRIVE LAUNCHES AN eBOOK PRODUCTION by Nate Hoffelder from The Digital Reader

Click here to read more