On a Quest for Readers Part Two
By     |    Nov 18, 2014
Posted in: Humor, News & Events, Sandwich Lady, Writing     |    7 Comments

On a Quest for Readers Part Two

The other day on WOW! Women On Writing‘s blog I wrote a post about my quest for readers. If you want to read that post, you can check it out here. Basically I am wondering, how does an author find readers? I have asked my publisher and writer of dystopian women’s fiction, Robin Tidwell, this very same question. She talked to me about how I don’t really have books in […]

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Voodoo Butterfly Book Party–November 19
By     |    Nov 13, 2014
Posted in: Books, Paranormal, Romance, Spirit Lady, Women's Fiction     |    1 Comment

Voodoo Butterfly Book Party–November 19

Voodoo Butterfly Book Party Please join Camille Faye for her Voodoo Butterfly Book Party on Facebook. This will be a completely online party where we’ll have “door prizes,” a psychic reading, party games, and a Q&A so that you can ask any burning questions about Camille Faye’s writing or her paranormal novel, Voodoo Butterfly. Wear PJs if you want, because you can enjoy the fun from the comfort of your own […]

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Want to Read A Woman’s Quest Novel? Check out Thieving Forest! (Giveaway)
By     |    Nov 11, 2014
Posted in: Books, Interviews with Authors, Martha Conway, Publishing, Strong Girls and Women, Writing     |    7 Comments

Want to Read A Woman’s Quest Novel? Check out Thieving Forest! (Giveaway)

We are very excited to welcome Martha Conway to the Lit Ladies today with her historical fiction literary novel, Thieving Forest. It’s FULL of strong female characters, which we love. Here’s a snippet from the WOW! blog post that launched the book almost a month ago: “When a band of Potawatomi Indians kidnaps her four older sisters from their cabin in June 1806 at the edge of Ohio’s Great Black […]

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Interview with USA Today Best-Selling Author, Susan McBride!
By     |    Nov 6, 2014
Posted in: Family, Interviews with Authors, Spirit Lady     |    4 Comments

Interview with USA Today Best-Selling Author, Susan McBride!

The Lit Ladies are so excited to welcome USA Today best-selling author Susan McBride to discuss her latest projects, Very Bad Things (a YA mystery) and the collection of Debutante Dropout Mysteries, and to talk about writing in general! Susan and I (Camille Faye/Spirit Lady) officially met when I was a shepherd for her during the Missouri Writers’ Guild conference in 2012 and we both remember that time fondly because […]

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Why I Voted Today and How To Get Others To (Maybe)
By     |    Nov 4, 2014
Posted in: News & Events, Sandwich Lady     |    2 Comments

Why I Voted Today and How To Get Others To (Maybe)

Today, I voted. No, I don’t want any applause. I’m not the best at voting during mid-term elections, but I did today. I made it a point–got rid of the excuses and went to my polling place, where there was no line. Why did I vote today? SO I would have a blog post topic? Nah, although it’s nice to have something to write about. I voted because I had […]

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Marketing Tips for Writers: Book Launch Parties
By     |    Oct 30, 2014
Posted in: Books, Publishing, Spirit Lady, Writing     |    2 Comments

Marketing Tips for Writers: Book Launch Parties

You’ve worked for months or even years to create your book, so throw yourself a party! Launch parties allow you to: celebrate your hard work, thank those who helped along the way, and promote your book. There are two types of book launch parties: Online Live The following information mixes together tips for online and live events, but you have to make a decision about which one to do. If […]

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Like Book Clubs? Tips for Starting Your Own!
By     |    Oct 28, 2014
Posted in: Books, Guest Blog, Nina Guilbeau, Writing     |    2 Comments

Like Book Clubs? Tips for Starting Your Own!

Welcome to Nina Guilbeau, a women’s fiction author on a WOW! Women On Writing blog tour for her new novel, God Doesn’t Love Us All the Same. She is going to discuss creating book clubs; and when she is finished, please read about her novel and enter to win! Creating Book Clubs Guest post by Nina Guilbeau I asked a friend, an avid reader who had moved to a new […]

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