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Attack Of The Blog
Posted on March 23, 2012 by writersinthestorm
Writers In The Storm welcomes Tara Lain, a public relations and advertising executive who makes use of her promo savvy to promote her second career, writing erotic romance. A lifelong writer of serious non-fiction, Tara didn’t fall in love with … Continue reading →
Posted in Blogging Guests, Bumps & Bruises on the Road to Publication, Miscellaneous | Tagged author blogs, author homebase, Author media, author promotion, author public relations, author websites, authors talking to readers, book promotion, Facebook, how to blog, importance of author media, importance of author promotion, Tara Lain, to blog or not to blog, Triberr, writing time and media | 16 Comments
White-Knuckling Your Author Platform: How to Rein in the Social Media Pressure
Posted on September 16, 2011 by writersinthestorm
White-Knuckling Your Author Platform: How to Reign in the Social Media Pressure by Roni Loren It’s no secret that writers are supposed to be building their online platform and brand from the get-go. You can find a bazillion posts on … Continue reading →
Are You Linked In?
Posted on May 30, 2011 by writersinthestorm
by Jenny Hansen Everyone is talking about Social Media and I’ve got several friends scratching their heads going, “What does that even MEAN? And why do I need so many DIFFERENT KINDS??” There’s a simple answer to “why so many?” … Continue reading →
Posted in Technology Fun | Tagged Bob Mayer, building your writer's platform, connecting with other writers, Facebook, Going To The Chapel Contest, Jenni Holbrook-Talty, Jenny Hansen, Kristen Lamb, LinkedIn, Social Media, social networking and the writer, Twitter, Who Dares Wins Publishing, Write It Forward, writer's platform, Writers in the Storm | 7 Comments
Writing Is Like Comfort Food
Posted on April 14, 2011 by writersinthestorm
Composing a story is a lot like cooking. It blends emotion, story and character into a delicious tale that fills the belly of imagination and satisfies a reader’s tastes. The right combinations make gourmet delights. Continue reading →
Posted in Bumps & Bruises on the Road to Publication, Technology Fun | Tagged blogging, Comfort Food, Facebook, Self Publishing, Self-promotion, Sharla Rae, Social Media, Twitter | 11 Comments