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Marketing Tips for Writers: Your Website
By     |    Jul 24, 2014
Posted in: Publishing, Spirit Lady, Writing     |    15 Comments

Marketing Tips for Writers: Your Website

In a previous post, I gave the top five general guidelines for your book marketing strategy. So today we’re going to talk about the hub of your marketing presence, your website. Some author websites genuinely reek. After searching some really big names (which I will not name here because I don’t want to burn bridges) I was like, “Wow! If I hadn’t heard about this person through word of mouth I would not […]

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The Fourth Wall by Elizabeth Maria Naranjo (YA book giveaway)

The Fourth Wall by Elizabeth Maria Naranjo (YA book giveaway)

Today, we welcome Elizabeth Maria Naranjo, who is excited to share her debut fantasy young adult novel with us, The Fourth Wall.  Here’s what she said on WOW! Women On Writing’s blog yesterday (she is taking part in a WOW! blog tour): “Essentially, the book is about the power of grief, and how holding onto it can do damage. It’s about the importance of moving on.” Here’s a summary: When […]

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Author Interview with T.W. Fendley! Plus enter to win a free eBook!

Author Interview with T.W. Fendley! Plus enter to win a free eBook!

The Lit Ladies are so excited to welcome award-winning author T.W. Fendley to discuss her novel, Zero Time, and about writing in general! Best of all, if you enter our ZERO TIME giveaway with the Rafflecopter form below, you have a chance to win an ebook download of ZERO TIME. I met T.W. at the 2014 Missouri Writers’ Guild conference in Saint Louis this spring. Writing can become an isolating occupation unless you […]

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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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Winning a Book Trailer for Caught Between Two Curses and Announcement
By     |    Mar 25, 2014
Posted in: Books, Publishing, Sandwich Lady, Writing     |    6 Comments

Winning a Book Trailer for Caught Between Two Curses and Announcement

I won a book trailer from Castlelane (http://www.castelane.com/) , which was unbelievably good luck for me because I have a brand new young adult novel out, Caught Between Two Curses. I’ve never had a book trailer before, and I couldn’t be more thrilled with this one. Kim at Castlelane did a fantastic job after I filled out a questionnaire and worked with me to get this book trailer perfect. If […]

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Margo’s New Book Release and Her Writing Process
By     |    Mar 10, 2014
Posted in: Books, News & Events, Publishing, Sandwich Lady, Writing     |    16 Comments

Margo’s New Book Release and Her Writing Process

Sandwich Lady, here (AKA Margo L. Dill). I am happy to participate in The Writing Process blog tour AND reveal the book cover and release of my latest novel, Caught Between Two Curses (young adult, light paranormal, baseball novel).  So, here’s my book cover (obviously) and here’s the info below about The Writing Process. Thank you to Julia Platt Leonard who invited me to answer these four questions about my […]

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Editing…Bah Humbug to Holiday Cheer!
By     |    Dec 11, 2013
Posted in: Busy Lady, Editing, Publishing, Sandwich Lady, Writing     |    3 Comments

Editing…Bah Humbug to Holiday Cheer!

Editing your work can be a difficult task. I find myself too attached to my manuscript to “see” all its flaws. I am blessed to have a wonderful critique group and highly suggest you get yourself into one. If you haven’t been able to find that right group of fellow authors, there are other options. Our very own Sandwich Lady is a professional Editor (and is quiet amazing if I […]

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