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Tag Archives: John Locke
Marketing Your E-Book: Making The Most Of Your Time
By Lyn Horner I’m sure you’ve all heard this before but it bears repeating. When you publish an e-book, expect to spend as much time on marketing as you spend writing the next book, especially if you’re new on the … Continue reading
How To Handle A Scathing Review
Writers In The Storm is especially pleased to welcome our guest blogger, Kristina McMorris. She comes to us from the Pacific Northwest where refuses to carry an umbrella. Recipient of nearly twenty national literary awards, she’s hosted weekly TV shows since … Continue reading
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