For book/ebook authors, publishers, & self-publishers
Many people have heard about virtual book tours, sometimes called virtual author tours or virtual blog tours. They are a new and exciting way for authors to "tour" the internet - without leaving their home.
Imagine... you can meet potential readers from all over the internet and potential
all over the world and you don't need to leave your home and family. In
addition, a virtual tour is much more reasonably priced than the plane
tickets, hotel rooms, meals etc that…
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Membership Has Its Advantages!
The discussion forum topic and articles listed below are available to members of…Continue
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I'll be offering a complimentary Internet Marketing teleclass the third Tuesday of each month at 2 PM Eastern beginning in February. Here are the details for the February teleclass.
Topic: Article Marketing 101: Drive Droves of Clients to Your Website
Date: Feb. 19, 2008
Time: 2 PM Eastern
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I'll admit it -- I'm an information junkie. I love to learn new things, so it's a good thing that I'm in small business marketing where new ideas and new trends emerge every day. Continuing to enhance your own professional/personal development, or investing in yourself, is a primary responsibility that owners of small service businesses often forget to do when they've got lots of business. Taking the time to read just one more article or go to just one…Continue
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With less than 7 months remaining until the big W day on August 8, Eric and I had a serious discussion about our wedding plans. We both have unpleasant memories of our first weddings -- too much hassle, too much stress, too many people.
Eric threw out the…Continue
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Writing to Activate the Reader's Imagination
Although novels are written in two dimensional black and white, the story actually happens in the four dimensional realms of the reader‘s mind. Multi-sensory books are the ones that become the most successful. Capturing your reader's imagination, by helping them to be able to see, hear, smell and feel every aspect of your story draws them and helps them experience the story through the characters.
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(I guess that kind of makes me a serial killer...)
"Deirdre Dailey" is the corpse named by...who else but Deirdre Dailey! Yes, I did have a few brave people who…Continue
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Stop by The Write Message and read Beth Goddard's interview with screenwriter and author Carole Whang Schutter. Carole wrote the screenplay for "September Dawn", a movie directed by Christoper Cain and starring Jon Voight, Trent Ford, and Tamara Hope. She also wrote a novel of the same title to coincide with the DVD release of "September Dawn". Read Carole's interview at…Continue
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Priestess Writes Fantasy Novels Containing Authentic Rituals
Inspired by William Nolan's humor, Marion Zimmer Bradley's strong magical flare and Anne McCaffrey's strong women, Theresa Chaze has created her own genre. With equal measures of suspense, romance and horror, she creates situations and characters who are forced to face challenges from within and from without. There are no entirely good or bad character, just people who have a karmic maze to traverse as they seek…Continue
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I just created the blog for my mystery state stories. Check out my blog at http://jgdsseries.blogspot.com. Feel free to leave me a comment, let me know what you would like to see more of and watch the progression of the series all the way to publication.
This is a children's series and the reader will be given clues from the handheld game, just as my characters - friends - Guy, Matt, Jolene and Mary Beth (Matt's younger sister) -…Continue
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Well, I have a contract in the works for my state stories - it is a 50-story/5-year deal with about one new state a month coming out. As per the publisher's info, I will probably see my first story sometime in September or October and then hopefully one a month after that. See a write-up about the series on http://willowravenillustration.blogspot.com/, Aidana WillowRaven's blog, and let her know that she…Continue
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