Browsing Category "Publishing"
Let’s Talk Successful Self-Publishing with Author Ashley Fontainne
By     |    Jun 4, 2015
Posted in: Ashley Fontainne, Books, Guest Blog, Publishing, Writing     |    1 Comment

Let’s Talk Successful Self-Publishing with Author Ashley Fontainne

Hi all, Camille Faye here. A few weeks ago I presented at a writing conference in the Ozarks where I met a very successful self-published author named Ashley Fontainne. What do I mean by successful? THREE of her books have been optioned to become movies and readers have downloaded hundreds of thousands of copies of her books. Her new book, Blood Ties, just came out so she’ll share some info about […]

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Bleddyn Hall by Amanda L.V. Shalaby
By     |    Mar 28, 2015
Posted in: Books, Publishing, Romance, Spirit Lady     |    No Comments

Bleddyn Hall by Amanda L.V. Shalaby

{Camille Faye here.} Next up in our Soul Mate Publishing “Spring For Love” blog hop this week is Amanda L.V. Shalaby and her new historical romance called Bleddyn Hall. Thanks for reading and having an empowering day, ladies! At the end of this post you’ll find a link to enter the “Spring for Love” giveaway which includes prizes like books and gift cards. Info about Bleddyn Hall: After a whirlwind romance during the London Season, Lady […]

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My Blogger Origin Story
By     |    Mar 26, 2015
Posted in: Publishing, Spirit Lady, Writing, Zen DiPietro     |    6 Comments

My Blogger Origin Story

{Camille Faye here.} On my marketing quest, I ran across a site entitled “Women of Badassery” and I thought it was an extremely cool concept to highlight the strong, bad-ass women of fiction. We love strong women here on The Lit Ladies blog, so much so that we’re hosting a “Woman Power Week.” Be sure to check out this week’s other posts about other fabulous women writers. As it turns out, […]

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The Wildwater Walking Club by Claire Cook
By     |    Mar 25, 2015
Posted in: Claire Cook, Publishing, Women's Fiction, Writing     |    No Comments

The Wildwater Walking Club by Claire Cook

Since it’s Woman Power Week, one of my favorite woman authors is Claire Cook. This is because I love her books, but I also love her. She exemplifies the true meaning of practice what you preach and being grateful for where she is in life. I met her for the first time at the Missouri Writers Guild conference in St. Louis, MO in 2012 when she gave a keynote speech […]

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Welcome to Woman Power Week!
By     |    Mar 22, 2015
Posted in: Publishing, Spirit Lady, Writing     |    1 Comment

Welcome to Woman Power Week!

This week we’re going to do something special on The Lit Ladies blog. We are no strangers to honoring women writers on this site, but we thought it would be cool to run an entire week of posts highlighting the work of women authors so that each day you’ll read about a new author and her work. When we started this blog in 2013, we had the intention of showing how […]

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Authorpreneur: How to Build a Business around Your Book (Book Review)
By     |    Feb 12, 2015
Posted in: Books, Publishing, Reviews, Spirit Lady, Writing     |    7 Comments

Authorpreneur: How to Build a Business around Your Book (Book Review)

Every writer loves and understands the business of publishing. Right? Wrong! The fact is most writers embark on their writing journey because they want to, um, write, but along the way, realization hits. Successful writers have to promote, market, brand, and build a business around their writing because that is the product they are selling to consumers. More than that, a writer has the opportunity to earn multiple streams of income around their book(s). […]

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Debut Author Maggie Adams
By     |    Dec 12, 2014
Posted in: Books, Interviews with Authors, Publishing, Writing     |    2 Comments

Debut Author Maggie Adams

Today we offer a big Lit Ladies welcome to Maggie Adams. Maggie’s debut novel Whistlin’ Dixie (a Tempered Steel novel) released November 30th and is available on Amazon.com. Maggie will be giving away an eBook copy of Whistlin’ Dixie. Tell us in the comments below what prompts you to buy a book. Is it the cover? Title? Back cover copy? The first page? Word of mouth? We’ll draw a winner […]

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