April 4th, 2016

Common Sense Marketing

We interrupt the normally scheduled blog for important news!

The WITS Annual ‘Write Up a Storm’ is this Wednesday! Join us from 4 am – 10 pm PST for hourly writing sprints, inspiration, and the knowledge that you’re not writing alone! Come hang with fellow writers and write up a storm!

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December 25th, 2015

Good/Bad/Ugly: Lessons of a NY Pubbed Author Gone Hybrid

Like many NY published authors, I’ve watched the publishing landscape change over the past years – watched friends opt to self publish. I was curious, even, at times, envious. But there were contracts, and deadlines, and edits (oh my!) so even a trial-balloon-novella was out of the question.

I’ve had an idea for a […]

August 26th, 2015

Book Covers – Speaking the Language of Color

Christopher Lentz

Unless you’re trapped in a 1953 Zenith television, your world is full of color. Whether you know it or not, you’re reacting to the hues that bombard you every second you’re awake. And, if you dream in color, the rainbow never ends for you. It beats me, but there are claims that we […]

August 10th, 2015

Using a Free Anthology Sampler To Hook Readers

Marilyn Brant

Thanks so much for inviting to me to Writers in the Storm today and for asking me to share a little bit about the group blog anthology I worked on this spring!

A few months ago, I organized a writing/promotional project for one of my blogs, the Girlfriends Book Club, which is […]

June 5th, 2015

Are You Sharing Too Much Of The Wrong Thing on Facebook?

Lisa Hall-Wilson

Photo from Pixabay

Facebook is my happy place. I hang out there a lot – I get paid to hang out on Facebook. One of the questions I’m asked the most is how much of your own content and how much content from others do you post?

There’s not really a one-size […]