June 9th, 2014

How to Create an Online Writing Community – and Virtual Hugs

Jamie Raintree

When I first started dabbling in writing almost a decade ago, the Internet was only just starting to become social. There was no Facebook, no Twitter, no YouTube. Even MySpace was still a place for musicians and high school kids, and I was neither by the time it gained mainstream popularity. The […]

September 20th, 2013

How to Write a Captivating Blog Title

And now, for the winner of last Friday’s THE TRICKY PART contest: Congratulations to Evelyn Berry, the winner of Laurie Schnebly Campbell‘s writing class. Evelyn, you can contact Laurie directly about your class.

Today we welcome guest blogger Marcy Kennedy, author of Strong Female Characters, with advice for all of you who blog–or are […]

September 24th, 2012

What Are You Excited About? Marketing & Promo Made Easy…

Photo: Kathy Owen ~ WANA Commons

by Jenny Hansen

As the September blog mistress here at WITS, I’m taking a page out of my personal blog‘s playbook and marking the beginning of Autumn with a celebration of you.

I’m doing this a few different ways…

First up, we’re doing what I call “Pimp & […]

November 16th, 2011

Why Some Blogs Make Me Cranky

By Sharla Rae

Like most of you, I don’t have a lot of time to cruise the web and read blogs. If the blog site is pretty, that’s nice, but I don’t really care. I’m interested in content. I pick subjects that pique my interest and choose many that are recommended by writing friends. I […]

August 31st, 2011

Naked Publishing – Part 4

Today we welcome back Denise Domning, contributing blogger here at WITS, with the fourth in her series detailing her self-publishing journey.

by Denise Domning

I did it! I made my deadline!

Kind of.

It’s August 15th and the book, The Men Wars, Book One Men-ipulation, is up on both Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

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