by Anna del C. Dye
To promote or not, that is the great dilemma. If you are an author, you have to promote your book or no one will know it is there. Besides, even if you are traditionally published you are expected to promote your book. If you ask me, promoting is the least fun thing you do as an author. After all, you want to move on into your next book, not spend hours convincing people that they should buy your book.
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Today, we’ll be speaking with award-winning author Mark Lawrence, best known for his Broken Empire trilogy. He speaks to us from across the pond in the UK.
Continue reading How Mark Lawrence Became Published: An Interview
You may not know it starting out, but every time you begin a story, you make promises to your readers. Even if you aren’t aware what promises you’re making, your readers will be bothered if you don’t fulfill them.
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I just added two new additions (although two different pages on the same website) that I think you all will like. Check out the Writer’s Toobox for what’s new! You can find both at the bottom of the “General Writing” section.
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