Before You Begin to Write Your Book…

Think about your ideal reader. What would they want to know about you and your book before deciding to purchase it?

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Guest Author Interview with Sherri Rabinowitz

Please join me in welcoming Sherri Rabinowitz, short story writer and author of Fantasy Time Inc.

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What is the Fate of Barnes & Noble?

No one expects Barnes and Noble to disappear overnight. But will the Nook be able to grab enough ebook business from Amazon to stay alive?

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Great News for “Husbands”

Tweet Just got word from my producer that she’s hired a screenwriter to adapt my novel into a screenplay — the next big step to seeing the story on film.  Yippee!

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What Should I Read?

Tweet If you’re like me, you’re always looking for the good book.  Other than suggestions from friends, I found the next best resource to be Goodreads, an online network of book lovers who set up their virtual bookshelves with books they’ve read, are reading, or plan to read.  Once a reader has rated ten books, […]

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Get a Free Disposable Link to Your Phone Number

So you want to sell your old couch, refrigerator, or computer. You want to put an ad in your local paper, but you don’t want to post your phone number.

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Preparing to Pitch to an Agent

I am the Chairperson for this year’s “Meet the Agents/Publishers Event,” sponsored by the San Francisco Chapter of the Women’s National Book Association, to be held on Saturday, March 26th at Sinbad’s Restaurant in San Francisco.

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My Contribution to Dan Poynter’s December Ezine

Dan Poynter is a leading authority on book publishing.

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Want to Know Who Buys the Most Books and Why?

Check out this interesting survey done by Verso Advertising on book-buying and reading habits.

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The Power of Publishing is Shifting to Indie Authors

Tweet According to Mark Coker, CEO of Smashwords, there’s never been a better time to publish a book.  Watch his interview from Sydney Australia on the Lit Chick Show.

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