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January 2015 Author Earnings Report

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Here is an interesting post on some crunchy numbers regarding author earnings in a report that came out January 2015. Check out the full report for information beyond this snippet.

What I find interesting is that this report gives some pro-indie and some pro-traditional information. Keep in mind that all the below stats have to do with ebooks and not the entire book market.

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A Writer’s Path is Now on Facebook!

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A Writer’s Path is now on Facebook!

I know, I know. I should have done this a while ago. Well, here it is! I’ve highly preferred Twitter over Facebook when it comes to social media, but it’s time to spread my wings and venture into the world of blue thumbs and buttons of liking.

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New Addition to the Writer’s Toolbox!

Hello writers,

I found an interesting tidbit that I thought would be a great addition to the Writer’s Toolbox. I put it at the bottom of the “General Writing” category.

I’m always on the lookout for neat links to contribute to the Writer’s Toolbox (and if any of you spot something worthy of the list, certainly let me know) to help us all keep the words flowing.

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How Rosanna Leo Became Published: An Interview

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Today, I’m interviewing Rosanna Leo, a multi-published author from Toronto, Canada.

She has a background in recruiting and classical singing, but most importantly for the topic at hand, she is an experienced writer. Her publishers are Samhain Publishing and Liquid Silver Books.

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Skill vs. Talent – Which do you have?

 

by Ryan Lanz

  • tal·ent [tal-uhnt] noun: a special natural ability or aptitude.
  • skill [skil] noun: the ability, coming from one’s knowledge, practice, aptitude, etc., to do something well.

What if you don’t have natural talent? Does that mean you may as well give up?

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