Monthly Archives: December 2011

Maximizing your Author Pages

If you have a book published on Amazon, Smashwords or Barnes & Noble, you have an author page. Are you utilizing it to its full potential? If not, why? It can be a great way to interact with your fans. … Continue reading

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99 Cent eBooks… Who Gains?

The readers gain a book to read. The writer and publisher get a sale. But, who gains? You have to sell a huge amount of books to make money this way. No matter how you look at the issues of … Continue reading

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Planning is Not a Bad Word

Not everyone plans their novels. That’s okay. But sometimes, planning can really help you avoid those gaping holes in your plot. It might help you avoid writer’s block. It might even help you write your book more efficiently. Why? Because … Continue reading

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Well-rounded education… why don’t we hear about having a well-rounded life?

by John Rakestraw We hear that people should have a well-rounded education… why don’t we hear about having a well-rounded life? Is education more important than your life? Most people don’t even work in the field that they were educated … Continue reading

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