Writers! Make sure your endings match up with the beginning and middle of your story. Insights, inspiration, and practical advice for writers…
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Think about creative ways you can use direct mail to promote your books. No–snail mail is not dead! It can’t hurt to try a letter or two every now and then. It doesn’t cost a heck of a lot. In fact, your biggest expense might be the cost of hiring a really good direct mail writer. If you can get a letter to click with a test audience, you’ll have found a potential silver mine that can pay off nicely when you roll it out to larger audiences.
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Can you write? Then you can be a Kindle writer. People have wanted stories since they were painting them inside their caves. This desire is what’s kept The Illiad and The Odyssey alive for so long. And it isn’t just belief in God that keeps the Bible breathing.
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Your ebook(s) needs a media kit at the ready. Indie Authors: here’s 50 ways. Your media kit should work for you like a hired Hollywood publicist, says Shannon O’Neil of Duolit — and ALLi Florida MeetUp co-coordinator.
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If you’re stuck on what kind of fiction to write, here’s some ideas to jumpstart your novel. Just how many fiction genres are there, anyway? I can easily name sixteen that are considered specific genres now, and still I haven’t covered them all.
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