To Be Read:
Articles I’ve Found Useful:
- I read this interview on Book Promotion, and it sparked some good thoughts on possible directions, and maybe a few small steps I could feel not too uncomfortable with in the not too distant future. It also includes other interesting-loooking links. I plan on returning to explore further.
- I think this Rough Sketch of a WiP will be very helpful as I reconstruct Blood and Breath and prepare to revise Chameleon’s Dish.
- This interview on publishing and Marketing to Kindle was useful and insightful, and contains other interesting links I will be exploring in coming weeks.
- I read this very informative and thought-provoking article on Author Platforms. This resonated strongly with me, and helped me to see a more defined shape the platform I have been constructing. I will be returning to read part 2 of this series.
- This information-packed article on Creating a Sell Sheet opened my eyes to a new aspect of marketing. I am alight with new ideas , and thrilled to have found a site that invites me back for more, more, more!
- I loved this article on engaging those who are not avid readers by including them in our writer platforms. My thinking is already beginning to shift, and I believe this resonates well with my goal of reaching those who will find value or inspiration in my writing, whether they consider themselves readers, or not.
- This highly informative post on Smashwords publishing not only gave me a starting place for my ebook research, but has links to many other informative articles, too. I plan on spending more time in research here.
- ROWin’ in the Rain – Goals Update #6 (shanjeniah.com)
- How to publish an ebook with Amazon Kindle in 7 steps (lcitnetworks.wordpress.com)
- The Paperless Office Inches Closer with Amazon Send to Kindle for Mac (readwriteweb.com)
- Waterproof Kindle (nodamnblog.wordpress.com)
- Author Marketing Club: An Interview with the Founder (thewordchef.com)
- Why Amazon Succeeds (forbes.com)
- Article Marketing Automation The Time-Oppressed Marketers Answer (smarthomebusinesssolutions.com)
- U is for Ultimately, publishers have to ditch DRM (storytreasury.wordpress.com)