Monthly Archives: June 2014

Content Marketing? ~ Kathy L Wheeler

Any author knows how difficult it is to market his/her work. Writing the book is tough enough, but then to get the word out, and somehow, trying to manage without coming across pushy. Ugh! I wrote a post last year on “Marketing! Should be it’s own Curse Word.”   I still stand by that statement. However, a friend just sent ...

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Genre Jumping … Is It A Good Idea Or Not? ~~ Nancy Fraser

Genre Jumping … Is It A Good Idea Or Not? Why would a perfectly-set-in-her-ways writer choose to change genres? As writers we hone our craft, develop expertise, and lean heavily on our network of friends and critique partners for constructive criticism. Why then, when you’ve found that niche, that perfect sweet-spot of knowledge, would ...

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