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Master Blurbs: Create Book Descriptions Which Sell Books

Sun, 10 Dec 2017 14:40:54 +0000

“Do blurbs (book descriptions) help you to sell books? You’ve attracted a reader’s attention with your cover. The reader decides that your title sounds promising, so he reads your blurb to assess whether he wants to read your book. Your sole aim in writing a blurb is to trigger a click to the Buy button; […]



Protected: Increase Engagement in Your Marketing with Visuals

Sun, 10 Dec 2017 03:30:54 +0000

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Protected: 7 Email Marketing Secrets Every Fiction Writer Should Know

Sun, 10 Dec 2017 01:47:51 +0000

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We Analyzed 100 Million Headlines. Here’s What We Learned (New Research)

Sat, 09 Dec 2017 12:41:43 +0000

“It is difficult to overstate the importance of headlines. A good headline can entice and engage your audience to click, to read, and to share your content. In many cases headlines are the thing that is shared rather than the article. So you knew that. But do you know what makes an engaging headline? To help answer […]



Classic Whodunits And The Formula Crime Fiction Authors Use To Write Bestsellers.

Sat, 09 Dec 2017 12:33:45 +0000

“Classic whodunits revolve around the mystery that shrouds the murderer’s identity and how the crime was committed. Their popularity has been an enduring genre presence in Crime Fiction but over time, they’ve become increasingly cliché ridden which sadly, more often than not, limits the element of surprise on the part of the reader, particularly when […]



5 Things I’m Not Doing to Launch My Book—Plus What I’m Doing Instead

Sat, 09 Dec 2017 12:11:40 +0000

“The gist of all marketing advice for authors essentially boils down to: try everything and see what works. I’ve tried a lot of tactics over the last year to market my debut YA novel One Night and now that I’m launching One Love, my second novel, there are some efforts I’m not going to spend […]



How and Why to Edit an Anthology: Addressing the Naysayers

Tue, 05 Dec 2017 11:23:29 +0000

“Two years ago, a friend and I signed a contract to edit an anthology. Criticism for the book started pouring in before the ink was even dry. It was not for the nature of its content or the quality of the writing that we took the hits; it was for the form. Anthologies don’t sell […]



The Most Important Thing an Aspiring Author Needs to Know

Tue, 05 Dec 2017 10:34:07 +0000

“…  I thought I’d start by telling you the most important thing you need to know if you want to be a professional author: TANFL. There Ain’t No Free Lunch. Nothing worth doing is easy. Nothing worth having comes free. That’s as true in life as it is in your prospective writing career, but I […]



10 Novels that Break All the Rules

Tue, 05 Dec 2017 06:20:13 +0000

“Write what you know. Show don’t tell. Make your protagonists likable, your characters round, and your adverbs disappear. Writers are constantly told these rules, and others. Bookstores are filled with detailed guides to the rules of writing mysteries or science fiction or horror. MFA workshops critiques debate if Chekov’s gun was fired at the right […]



How Blogging Regularly Helps Me Write Fiction

Tue, 05 Dec 2017 05:50:08 +0000

“I try to write a blog post at least once a week. Some weeks are better than others, but over the last five years of blogging, I have amassed several hundred blog posts. I know some writers do much better than this, but I know a once-a-week blog post is something I can manage, without […]