I am so excited to have these on my nightstand as the next round of books to check out! I met these Indie authors through various social media channels, and they have been amazing to connect with. I have found these authors, as well as a ton of others I have connected with to be helpful, engaging, generous and entertaining. Each of them, in their own way, have really made my days (and nights since most of my writer pals are overseas) super fun!
These books are currently residing on my Kindle, and I encourage you to check them all out! At the very least, follow them on Twitter! You just never know just what these ladies might say!
The Witches’ Rede – Alight by Jewel E. Leonard
Not Broken by Meka James
Cowboy Mine – Box set featuring Melissa Keir
Sex, Love & Technicalities by Aila Stephens
A Good Night’s Sleep by Stefanie Simpson
I’m really looking forward to checking these out in the first few months of 2018! If you have read anything fabulous lately, please be sure to comment on this post to let me know what I should be lining up next! Happy Reading everyone!
#MotownWriters Monthly @Meetup Jan 13th Details (Please forward this to a friend and bring several friends with you.) Getting your Social Media Together for 2018. Understanding Trends, Media, Etiquette and Creating Content for Authors RSVP NOW Guest Speaker: Scott Bettinger is the CEO of Echo Media and acts primarily as lead strategist for the agency. […]
via Chk out #MotownWriters Monthly @Meetup at the @DIADetroit w/@ScottBettinger #Detroit #DIAeveryday Jan13th — Motown Writers Network . . . Michigan Literary Network
As part of The Hot Sheet email newsletter for authors (which I write and publish in collaboration with Porter Anderson), I regularly round up and comment on book marketing advice that writers are talking about. Here’s a list of what sparked discussion in 2017. Better book packaging and descriptions Five ways a book cover can…
via Best Book Marketing Advice for Authors: The Best of 2017 — Jane Friedman
The Negative Trait Thesaurus by: Angela Ackerman & Becca Puglisi
And don’t forget the
The Positive Trait Thesaurus by: Angela Ackerman & Becca Puglisi
I can’t say enough about this series of books! They are well organized, easy to use, and are a fantastic tool to use while writing! If I hit a snag, or can’t find just the right emotion, I pull these out and they get me on track in a jiffy!
What are some of the tools that you use as a writer? Share the authors, titles and what you like about the resource here. I am always looking for something new to add to my Author Toolbox!
Welcome to this week’s edition of Friday Book Round-Up. It’s a brand-new year and that means there’s more books to read. While on vacation, I heard the news of Sue Grafton’s passing. My heart clenched as she is, no was, my favorite mystery author. I first heard about her books while I was in […]
via Friday Book Round-Up Pays Tribute to #SueGrafton! #mystery #books #FridayReads — POTL: All Things Books, Reading and Publishing
by Chris Mandeville As writers we have a lot of shoulds. I should write every day. I should take out the trash before I write. I should Tweet. I should call my mother. I should apply for a BookBub promotion. I should be reading. I should exercise. I should go to a writer’s conference. I…
via Are You “Shoulding” on Yourself? An Author’s List of Shoulds — Kobo Writing Life
Wishing everyone a Happy and Prosperous New Year!