Marketing is an important part of the author process. Even if you are fortunate enough to be traditionally published, your publisher will still expect you to do basic marketing of your book. If you are an Indy like myself, marketing is the make or break point of the success of your book. This week, I have a couple of good articles about the marketing process in addition to general writing tips and a few fun ones about fountain pens and notebooks. I hope you like them!
Meet the family that keeps ink pens relevant
I’M MOVING INTO A TRAVELER’S NOTEBOOK!
7 Real-World Ways to Think Like an Artist for Better Content Marketing
4 Reasons You Should Outline Your Settings
Let’s Get Real—Authenticity in Fiction
7 Essential Productivity Habits of Successful Freelance Writers
Your 3-Step Plan for Outlining A Novel
How To Manage Your Time and Automate Your Author Marketing With Nick Stephenson
Whoa, That’s Tense. 3 Ways to Raise the Tension in Your Scenes
5 thoughts on “No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links”
Reblogged this on firefly465.
Thanks for sharing, Wendy! 🙂
Reblogged this on dave94015 and commented:
an interesting collection of tips for writers about outlining, raising tension in your story and marketing like an artist!
Reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog.
Thanks for sharing these! Looking forward to seeing what works.