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There is, and likely always will be, an ongoing debate about dialogue tags. Some editors/writers say you should only use, “said” because it is invisible to readers. Others say it’s okay to use words like, “yelled,” “whispered,” etc. … Continue reading
Happy Friday, Authors!!! Are you making the most of Goodreads to promote your book? There’s a good chance you are missing a few things you could be doing. Here’s a good blog post on how to maximize Goodreads… http://www.authormedia.com/how-to-promote-books-goodreads/
Are you selling to libraries? If not, here are 5 Reasons Why Selling to Libraries Needs to Be a Top Priority
What happens when you take two middle-aged stay-home-moms and throw them back into the workforce and dating? Samantha and Natalie, wealthy Southern California women living in the beachside community of Kingston Court, are at a crossroads. Gorgeous, over-the-top Samantha, hangs … Continue reading
In the year 2115, Eleutherius (El) is struggling to find meaning in a city where most are strangely submissive and unquestioning towards the absolute rule of the merciless authorities. But after discovering the dark truth behind the white city, El … Continue reading
Acorn Author Services is excited to announce client Les Lahage’s novella, 8-Track, is available for pre-order on Amazon! Congratulations Les!
This morning I sat listening to a talk on “You can be anybody you want to be”. Next to me was an awkward young teenager. He chewed at his fingernails, or I should say the little nubs of what was … Continue reading
E-book sales in decline, and a return to actual books? What say you? Which do you prefer? http://www.thepassivevoice.com/03/2015/theres-bad-news-for-e-readers-and-great-news-for-people-who-still-love-actual-books/
Thank you to Holly Kammier for this information… For long dead historical persons, you do not have to obtain permission from anyone to use quotes. You can use as many quotes as you want. Any copyright Shakespeare may have enjoyed … Continue reading
Congratulations to Caroline Mitchell for making page 6 of The Spectral Times!