Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Links of Interest

MAKE EVERY PAGE OF YOUR STORY INTERESTING:


FIVE PROBLEMS WITH ENDINGS:


PACING:


HOW AUTHORS ARE USING PINTEREST TO MARKET BOOKS:


THE AMAZON LOOK INSIDE FEATURE FOR BLOGS AND WEBSITES:


B&N BOOKSTORES TO UNVEIL NEW TYPE OF STORE:


SELF PUBS, CREATING THE RIGHT KIND OF COVER:


THREE TOOLS TO DISCOVER WHO YOUR READERS ARE:


SUBRIGHTS, WHAT THEY ARE AND HOW TO USE THEM:


EDITOR RECOMMENDATIONS, (BUYER BEWARE):


INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL CONFLICT CORES:


EPUBLISHER SAMHAIN TO CLOSE DOWN:


PLOTTING A SERIES:


EMAIL IS MUCH BETTER THAN TWITTER AND FACEBOOK IN GAINING FANS:


HOW OLD STORIES CAN BE TOLD ANEW:


USING PRICE PROMOTIONS TO PROMOTE A NEW BOOK:


TIPS ON FINDING A COVER ARTIST:


CREATING YOUR HERO’S FATAL FLAW:


JUMPSTARTING KOBO SALES:


WRITING THE MIDPOINT OF YOUR NOVEL:


WRITING AN AUTHENTIC PSYCHIC:


NOTECARD PLOTTING:


TRAUMATIC STRESS AND YOUR CHARACTERS:


THE SCENE ARC:


THE ADVANTAGES OF SMALL PRESS:


RESOURCES AND TIPS FOR SELF-PUBLISHING:


SCENE MIDDLES:


ARE YOU ASKING THE RIGHT STORY QUESTIONS:


GRAMMAR, REPAIRING COMMA SPLICES:


USING AMAZON’S LOOK INSIDE TO SELL MORE BOOKS:


FIVE TIPS TO WRITING A SWASHBUCKLING SCENE:


RELAUNCHING A BOOK AFTER YOU GET THE RIGHTS BACK:


WRITING CINEMATIC SCENES:


FINDING THE RIGHT ILLUSTRATOR:



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