Posts Tagged 'Books'

Sex And The Single Girl…Ageless Advice

I came of age in the late 1960s.

 

The Woodstock era. The Vietnam War period.

 

It was a time of “Make Love, Not War”. The culture encouraged us to “tune in, turn on and drop out”.

 

Don’t conform. Follow your dreams. Don’t become part of the ‘establishment’.

 

What a great time to be growing into womanhood! ‘Change’ was the order of the day. Women were getting better jobs, making more money, feeling more independent.

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How To Be A Writer And A Spouse

At one time or another, all writers struggle with balancing home life with work.

“I just need a little more time.” We say. A little more time can turn ...

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How To Know For Sure Who Your Audience Really Is

If you’re a new writer, or even an author with a book or two in the marketplace, I wonder if you are certain who you are writing for. Do you know your target audience for your writing?

No? Shocking!

Frankly, I’m not surprised that some of you don’t. I didn’t either, until recently.

 

 

Despite the volume of blog posts and chapters of writing manuals that TELL you HOW to find your target audience and give you some hint WHERE to find them, it ...

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10-Word Branding Challenge and 7 Free Sites to Promote Your Book

No matter what you’re selling, be it soap, cars, books or your talents, you need to define your brand. Here are a few highly recognizable brands:

Dove SoapStephen King's, The Green Mile

Ford Automotive

There is no question about what you’re getting when you ...

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6 Super Awesome Links, Pimp or Promote Friday and THE END

Do you ever read the ending of a book first? It’s a kind of quirky fun to see how it ends and try to surmise how the characters got there.

Then when you read through the story, you can rate yourself on how well you guessed.

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Speaking of endings…I JUST WROTE ONE! Yes! I wrote THE END!

I finished my first ...

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