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Teasers are usually a bit longer than blurbs and are meant to generate excitement. They often end with a question, but they don't have to. Think of how films are teased if you’re stumped for ideas.
When NOT to Post on Social Media Platforms When NOT to Post on Social Media Platforms? Timing, […]
If you don't spend time planning, you'll spend it writing. And if you don't spend time writing, you'll spend it editing. If you don't spend time editing, then packaging becomes enormous and takes longer. If you don't work on packaging and spend time on it, then querying will take longer, because you'll be faced with more rejections. And finally, if you don't spend time querying, and just take what you can get (and that includes self-publishing—no slam on it, but it is something we do without spending any time on querying), then you will spend that time on marketing.
Adventures in Career Changing - Facebook
Demystifying Facebook How can demystifying Facebook help you, the independent writer? Is it passé? Can you even […]
Adventures in Career Changing | Janet Gershen-Siegel | Giveaways
So if you have some sort of event, there's no reason you can't raffle off your book. Do it for charity, even. Just, get it out there, and into the wild. The more copies out there, the better.
Lonely Writer - PitMad
PitMad was a quarterly pitch session on Twitter. So essentially what you would be doing was tweeting about your work. But it was only on specific dates, and agents and publishers were watching.
What do I look like online? Janet Gershen-Siegel why use a screen name? Facebook profile page
I refuse to believe – I hope and I pray – that a bit of individuality never cost me potential jobs or the company potential clients.
Adventures in Career Changing adding a Facebook page
Creating a Facebook page How do you go about creating a Facebook page? Pages versus Groups Why […]
Adventures in Career Changing-Libraries
Take your book with you, in a purse or tote bag or backpack. Ask to speak to whoever is in charge of acquisitions. Go to them, book in hand, and explain how you are related to the library.
So currently, my intention, for this year’s NaNoWriMo, is that I am writing the third novel in the Time Addicts/Obolonks universe. But I need to iron out the plot! So a lot of this year has been spent on that. I am calling this one Time Addicts – Everything is Up for Grabs.
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