New and established Authors Build your Audience Platform

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New and established Authors Build your Audience Platform

This is a group geared towards building your audience platform. It has been estimated that an author should starting building their platform about 6months to a year before release.

Post info about yourself, your work, updates, when it will be released, etc.

Website: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Inspired-Shelves/273912099352616
Members: 55
Latest Activity: yesterday

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author bio & links from Kelli Wilkins

Hi everyone!I’m new to the group and sharing my author bio & links!ABOUT KELLI A. WILKINSKelli A. Wilkins is an award-winning author who has published more than 90 short stories, 19 romance…Continue

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Started by Kelli A. Wilkins Dec 2.

Edward - Interactive, the future of eBooks

For those who…Continue

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Started by Mike Voyce May 14, 2012.

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Comment by lidy wilks yesterday

I recently read an old post by author K.M. Weiland about how important it is for a writer to also be a reader. I wholeheartedly agree. But it got me thinking about the way(s) a book has influenced me. Come visit my blog and share your book story, in honor of #GiveABook.

http://bit.ly/1x4ZmEB

 

Comment by lidy wilks on Tuesday

It’s different from what I originally intended and promised in my last post. But here it is, although it’s 9 days til Christmas, the 12 Days of Christmas for writers.

#amwriting #giftsforwriters

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Comment by lidy wilks on December 12, 2014 at 11:33am

Have you made any writing goals for 2015? Have you started making plans how you’d find the time to meet those goals? Stop by my blog and discuss about planning for 2015. http://bit.ly/1xahBYL

 

Comment by lidy wilks on December 8, 2014 at 9:25am

New Years 2015 is almost upon us? Have you made your 2015 writing resolutions? Visit my site and share in the comments section. http://bit.ly/1vvZdCU

Comment by lidy wilks on December 5, 2014 at 10:54am

As the year is almost over, it is a time of reflection and looking forward. Today’s post looks at my accomplishments as a writer in 2014. And what more I want to do in 2015. Stop by and share your 2014 writing experience and your wishes for 2015.

http://bit.ly/1wEHxM1




Comment by lidy wilks on December 3, 2014 at 1:41pm

It’s another Hump Day special. Why? Can You Catch My Flow? is officially published today. For more details, come visit my blog: http://bitly.com/1vLZDKf

What were your feelings on your book(s) release day? Or what were your expectations? Please share in the comments section below. 

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Comment by lidy wilks on December 1, 2014 at 10:51am

Are your character’s dialogues clunky? Long winded? Stale? Writing dialogue isn’t easy but today’s post offers the fastest way to writing better dialogue.

http://iheartallstories.weebly.com/paving-my-road-of-authorship-one...

Comment by lidy wilks on November 28, 2014 at 12:21pm

Is your story lacking excitement? Is it not engaging readers? Today’s post talks about how to employ a constant flux of suspense in your story. http://iheartallstories.weebly.com/paving-my-road-of-authorship-one...

PS Can You Catch My Flow? is now free for a limited time! You have until December 1st, so grab your coupon code, EP35K , and enter it prior to completing your checkout at Smashwords.com. Happy Holidays!

https://smashwords.com/books/view/489848

Comment by lidy wilks on November 24, 2014 at 10:07am

Are you worried that your story idea has been done before? Or having trouble coming up with a completely new and original story idea? Today’s post discusses how writing unoriginal content is not as disadvantageous as it seems.

http://iheartallstories.weebly.com/paving-my-road-of-authorship-one...

 

Comment by lidy wilks on November 21, 2014 at 10:40am

We’re entering our final stretch in our WriMo challenges but then a giant turkey blocks our way. How can we overcome the upcoming holiday wall and still write towards our goal? Visit my blog and find out: http://iheartallstories.weebly.com/paving-my-road-of-authorship-one-baby-step-at-a-time/thanksgiving-survival-tips-for-wrimos

 

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