PSA For Indie Authors – Part 1: Questions

I don't get a lot of contact from Indie Authors asking for help, however, I've recently been contacted by two very different Indie Authors requesting assistance with promoting their novel, while I don't what to name the Indie Author involved, because this isn't about shaming people for asking for help (even if they ask for … Continue reading PSA For Indie Authors – Part 1: Questions

Blogging For Writers by Robin Houghton

Title: Blogging For Writers Author: Robin Houghton Social Media: Google+ and Twitter Publisher: Ilex Press Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Source: This book was provided by Collins Booksellers - Bacchus Marsh About The Author: Robin Houghton has worked in digital media for the last 15 years, helping hundreds of business owners to adopt effective … Continue reading Blogging For Writers by Robin Houghton

The Social Media Dilemma

Most of the time, I enjoy using and learning about Social Media, however recently I have begun to feel as though The Oatmeal might have a better grasp of the situation than I do. Social Media has begun to take a very large chunk of my time, time I could be using more productively, however … Continue reading The Social Media Dilemma

Lights, Camera, Books!

I've already tried posting this up once today, so today's post will be a short one, otherwise I just might start throwing things, starting with my desktop computer. Anyway, Book Review Video Blogs, or Vlogs, are apparently a thing now. ~Katytastic ~Simone van der Steeg ~Little Book Owl ~Jesse the Reader ~Padfoot and Prongs07 ~The … Continue reading Lights, Camera, Books!

Realistic Expectations

I was going through my never-ending deluge of emails when I found links to a few articles on We Grow Media: Dan Blank - MORE Social, LESS Media Dan Blank - No, Things Were Not Easier “Back in the Day.” Dan Blank - Being a Success, Without Being a Bestseller I found the articles to not only … Continue reading Realistic Expectations