Your Author Online Platform and Numbers – Newsletter Subscribers, Speaking Engagements, and Book Sales
from Karen Cioffi at Karen Cioffi Writing and Marketing
Your Author Online Platform and Social Networks – Blog Page Views and Twitter Followers
What Is An Author Platform and How Do You Create It?
April 11, 2013
The Discoverability Challenge: With More Authors Self-Publishing Each Year, How Will Your Book Get Noticed?
from Joanna Penn at The Creative Penn
E-Publishing – Don’t Give Up!
from Sally Jenkins at Nick Daws’ Writing Blog
February 14, 2012
Apologies for the brief (and unannounced) hiatus. Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day, Singles Awareness Day, or (like us) Self Appreciation Day, we hope you have a very merry Tuesday!
Grammar Girl: Quick and Dirty Tips
Over 200 Free Online Educational Resources (post on Google+ from Johnathan Chung)
The Writing Reader: Creativity Prompts for Writers, Journalers, and Artists
LegendFire: a free, author-driven, online creative writing community
February 7, 2012
Happy Tuesday, dear writing friends!
Holly Lisle’s official website: A huge resource for writers – many writing courses and articles to be found here.
Elizabeth S Craig on Twitter: Tweets many quality writing resources and articles throughout the day.
April Brown’s Writer’s Resources: Categorized writing articles/resources.
The Indie Exchange: For authors, bloggers, and readers.
KindleFinds: They promote eBooks that don’t suck (seriously, it’s their tagline).
Master List of Writers on Google+: Post from Debbie Ohi.
Write or Die: I’ve posted this one before, but it’s worth mentioning again. Click if you’re having trouble meeting your word count (like so many of us creative souls; daydreams are so much more fun).
Grammarly on Facebook: Grammarly isn’t a free service, but you’ll want to “like” them just for the status updates (lots of humor).
Rules of Fog: Free on Amazon Kindle
Highway to Hell by Alex Laybourne: Free on Amazon Kindle