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With changes coming to Facebook (and many of which have already been implemented) many authors are looking to other social media outlets as a way to connect with readers and advertise their books. The two options which seem to be growing in popularity just now are Google+ and Tsu.

This fun anthology is now available for pre-order (click the link to be taken to the website where you can choose from different retailers and find out more about the stories in the anthology and the authors who wrote them)! After you buy your copy, don't forget to stop back here to enter our raffle! 

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Reader's PageEngaging Readers

There are some funny ideas out there on how to attract readers—have you ever heard of having a Reader’s Page on your site where readers can post whatever they want (about your books, I presume)?


Pen and paperBlogging 101

On the last night of my critique class this past Tuesday, I opened up the floor for my students to ask me questions--about anything writing related.... one student asked about blogging. 

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