NaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month, is the annual challenge many writers take up. The goal is to write a full 50k word (or more) book in one month. There are many classes, blog posts, and tips out there for getting through this challenge. If you ever get a chance to take Candace Havens "Book … Continue reading Unglue Your NaNoWriMo Project
Social media, for most authors, is the primary means of advertising, marketing, and connecting with readers. A majority of authors start wit the basic needs--a banner image on Facebook and/or a website and use of their book covers. But there are so many more options for what you can do with images in social media. … Continue reading Social Media Images Help Find Readers
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