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I got a note from AGNI in email a few days ago rejecting a story I submitted to them for possible publication. Ironically, since I've come to understand that the vast majority of submissions are rejected, I actually felt good about the fact that they read my piece and responded to me in a reasonable period of time. I know that not all story submissions are going to work for every single publication I submit to, just because I'd like it to be published.
I'm having a lot of fun, and finally getting back to doing some creative writing. I'm doing it as a blog novel. It's just for fun. I've been twittering it and putting it on places like stumbleupon to get readers to take a look at my writing style. Hopefully somebody out there will like it, and I've put a link on there for people to click on if they want to purchase a copy of my book Ainsworth. I wonder if anyone else has done this sort of blogging.
I've posted some research questions concerning readers' interests in series books as opposed to stand alone titles. If you have time to respond to one or more of these questions, it would be helpful. http://booksandboys.blogspot.com
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Just wanted to remind you about today's Blog Talk Radio Program "Sizzlin' Summer Seminars" today at 10:00 a.m. when my guest is legendary copywriter, author and speaker Bob Bly.
Bob's latest book is called "The Handbook of Model Book Proposals" and in it he gives you 10 of his most successful book proposals that resulted in those books being published by well-known publishing houses. (Bob is the author of more than 70 books).
Avast, matey! Join me and the crew at RomanceWritersRevenge for a little pre-weekend wackiness and a chance to win either a critique of your writing or a signed copy of PLEASURING THE PIRATE! Either way, watch out for the undead monkey!…
By now, you probably know that Twitter can be a fantastic tool to generate massive traffic, build your author platform and sell more books. Jack Armstrong, author of the deeply moving book - Lessons From the Source - sent in an email asking me how he or his fans could tweet his book on Twitter. So we decided to put up this quick tutorial to help Jack and others who may have this query regarding BookBuzzr. Please note that we have a number of new twitter features planned in the coming two weeks… Continue