Tag Archives: social media

Who Your Real Friends Are by Julie Arduini

I shared this with my newsletter subscribers and thought the information is wise to share here. Be careful! *** There seems to be an increase of social media creeps leading others on through direct messaging. They often go through author … Continue reading

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Happy Early Festivus by Julie Arduini

Part of my marketing work is to create social media discussion. It helps me engage with readers, and honestly works an algorithm I don’t understand. I often use the Holiday Insights calendar for inspiration, and it rarely disappoints. For instance, … Continue reading

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Discovering Books

In a world of millions of authors and even more books, discoverability has never been easy. While the shift into the digital age has created new avenues of promotion, anyone can get published and everyone is promoting—more than ever.  But … Continue reading

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Technology by Tara Randel

Does anyone have a love/hate relationship with technology like I do? Sure, technology gives us information at our fingertips in lightning fast fashion. We can send texts, pictures, emails from our phone. Writing a book on a computer is so … Continue reading

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Social Media and Writing: What? Why? By Julie Arduini

One aspect of therapy on my wrist that I didn’t anticipate was talking about my writing life. The therapist admitted she crafted a story and wanted to have it published, but didn’t want “everything else that comes with it.” That … Continue reading

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Hotter than Legwarmers and Sixteen Candles in the 80’s: Pinterest

I’m a Gen X’er who grew up with preppy collars and leg warmers. If you remember Sixteen Candles, the movie where all girls my age wanted Molly Ringwald’s pouty lips and the character Jake, you also recall how fast trends … Continue reading

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