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Women and Bragging: Is It Okay to Highlight Your Accomplishments? (Guest Post by Lori Robinett)
By     |    Jul 29, 2014
Posted in: Guest Blog, Lori Robinett, Publishing, Strong Girls and Women, Writing     |    8 Comments

Women and Bragging: Is It Okay to Highlight Your Accomplishments? (Guest Post by Lori Robinett)

Tooting our Own Horns by Lori Robinett (http://www.lorilrobinett.com) Who is Lori? Lori is a writing friend of Margo’s, Sandwich Lady. She is here today to share her wisdom with us. Official bio: Lori lives in Callaway County, Missouri, with her husband and assorted critters. She is a creative soul trapped in a paralegal’s body. As a child, she wrote pages and pages in longhand. As a teenager, she pounded away […]

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8 Content Curation Ideas for Writers (and a book giveaway about using social media)
By     |    Apr 15, 2014
Posted in: Books, Guest Blog, Publishing, Sandwich Lady, Writing     |    8 Comments

8 Content Curation Ideas for Writers (and a book giveaway about using social media)

At the Lit Ladies, we are so excited to be a part of this WOW! Women On Writing blog tour for the incredibly helpful book, Avoid Social Media Time Suck: A Blueprint for Writers Who Want to Create Online Buzz for Their Books and Still Have Time to Write.  Sandwich Lady, AKA, Margo L. Dill, was lucky enough to read this book and loved all the helpful links and new sites […]

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Winner Announced: COVET Giveaway

Winner Announced: COVET Giveaway

We appreciate EVERYONE who participated in our giveaway contest for Tracey Garvis Graves’ new book COVET. We also want to welcome our new subscribers. Thank you for taking the time to subscribe to our blog and leave comments. And now the moment you’ve all been waiting for… [Insert drum roll]. The winner is. . . Julie N. We just e-mailed you from our Lit Ladies g-mail account. To our new […]

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Balancing Writing and Promotion by Memoir Writer Eleanor Vincent (giveaway)
By     |    Oct 29, 2013
Posted in: Books, Family, Guest Blog, Parenting, Publishing, Writing     |    4 Comments

Balancing Writing and Promotion by Memoir Writer Eleanor Vincent (giveaway)

We are so excited to have memoir writer extraordinaire Eleanor Vincent with us today, as she shares insights about “Balancing Writing with Promotional Activities” and offers a giveaway for her incredibly moving memoir Swimming with Maya. Swimming with Maya: A Mother’s Story tells the heartbreaking story of how Eleanor, a bestselling author, faced every mother’s worst nightmare–her 19-year-old daughter Maya mounts a horse bareback on a dare, falls, and goes […]

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Welcome, Tracey Garvis Graves! (Interview and Amazing Giveaway…Read On)
By     |    Oct 19, 2013
Posted in: Guest Blog, Interviews with Authors, Tracey Garvis Graves     |    24 Comments

Welcome, Tracey Garvis Graves! (Interview and Amazing Giveaway…Read On)

The Lit Ladies are so excited to welcome bestselling author Tracey Garvis Graves to discuss her latest novel, Covet, and about writing in general! Best of all, if you enter our COVET giveaway with the Rafflecopter form below, you have a chance to win a copy of COVET (U.S. mailing addresses only please). Tracey recently spoke with the Joplin Writers’ Guild and provided some great information on both self-publishing and traditional […]

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Inching Toward Your Writing Goals With 15 Minutes a Day by Shawndra Russell
By     |    Sep 14, 2013
Posted in: Guest Blog, Writing     |    19 Comments

Inching Toward Your Writing Goals With 15 Minutes a Day by Shawndra Russell

Inching Toward Your Goals: For ANY writer writing ANYTHING! Guest post by Shawndra Russell ****Giveaway Alert! At the bottom of this wonderfully inspiring post about an easy way to increase your word count each day, Shawndra is giving away one e-copy of How To Become a Freelance Writer in 30 Days. Margo has had a chance to read the book, and it has some great tips for people who want […]

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Copyright and the Web: Internet Images Are Not Free
By     |    Aug 31, 2013
Posted in: Guest Blog, Writing     |    11 Comments

Copyright and the Web: Internet Images Are Not Free

Attorney Paul Lesko writes about the copyright issues that surround using images from the Internet in blog posts. It happens a lot. I’m out with friends, and someone mentions I’m an intellectual property litigator. Someone then invariably says they are rampantly violating someone else’s copyright. It’s not said that way; it’s more innocuous…something like, “For my website, I use images that I find on others’ websites.” I hear this, cringe, […]

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