Micro Niche Builder
After you've got past the initial euphoria of getting the deal, what happens from then onwards? I wondered what goes on between a writer and a publisher once that decision has been made and thought my site's readers would too. Here's the scoop on that.
What Really Happens When You Land a Book Deal: Publishing Myths and Realities You Need to Know
All you need do is comment to enter. It's that easy! I'm delighted that Sourcebooks gave me the chance to offer these. Breakfast In Bed by Robin Kaye is a romantic comedy and just what you need to chase those winter blues away.
So why not try win one for yourself or your sister, mom or girlfriend today.
Closing date is March 2 and there's only a handful of entries so far! I've not had time to promote it with being sick this week and may end up not having much time
Have you always thought you have a book inside you but don't see how you could find the time to do it? Read all about that here.
This was a book review I did for this inspiring business book by Bob Seelert, chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi. This was one excellent book! If you're looking for good practical advice from a man whose spent forty years in business and most of them at the top, it's brilliant. Well worth putting your hand in your pocket for.
Updated 08-19-2009 at 03:05 PM by Kay
No, don't have a punch up in the middle of the book. Well you could if you really want to LOL, but what we're talking about here is catching the reader's attention and holding it with a challenge of some sort the character has to beat. But how? Read on.
Grab Your Reader With Conflict
The blurb is arguably the most important piece of PR for your book. It's the description on the back cover and if you're lucky someone will flip it over and read it. You have about a minute to persuade them to buy. How are you going to do that? Here's some tips.
So the question is how do characters in a story manage to tell a story with or without a sidekick to bounce dialogue off? Movies and TV shows tackle this differently from books.
How many ways can you think of to grab your readers' attention from the first time they clap eyes on your article or book? One? Two maybe.
Well it's your lucky day because I have a great article at my writers' blog that shares no less than eight ways to do that! Even though it's aimed at novel writers, you can apply these methods to your blog post as well.
Hook Your Reader With the Very First Sentence - The Cuckleburr Times
Is your article resource box letting you down? If your articles are being read yet it's not driving traffic to your site, you may need to cast a fresh eye over it to see why. Take a look at this article on my writers' blog site to help you pinpoint why.
Please do stop by my new group, The Bookworms' Table. All manners of discussions will be there on anything that's writing/book related, so come along and share some ink with me.
I thought the new blog feature deserved a fanfare and that was it! Every day, I see PromoJunkie getting better and better and I'm very proud to be part of it.
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