Tagged with " time management"
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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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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Marketing Tips for Writers: Book Swag
By     |    Sep 18, 2014
Posted in: Publishing, Spirit Lady, Writing     |    9 Comments

Marketing Tips for Writers: Book Swag

Let’s talk swag, as in, “Products given away free, typically for promotional purposes,” (thank you, Oxford Dictionary). Swag became popular in the 1990s at rock concerts and Hollywood red carpet events when companies would contribute little freebies of their products for the swag bags to give to starlets and concert goers. Question: What is the point of paying money to give away stuff for free? Answer: Your swag should support […]

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Marketing Tips for Writers: Social Media
By     |    Sep 5, 2014
Posted in: Publishing, Spirit Lady, Technology, Writing     |    9 Comments

Marketing Tips for Writers: Social Media

So far in this blog series, I’ve covered the importance of a website and a blog in your overall marketing strategy. Now we move into the ever-changing and exciting world of social media. When I was establishing my marketing plan I knew I had to include social media. However, I didn’t want to try and learn 17 social media platforms plus any new ones that came along. During a publishing webinar I […]

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Marketing Tips for Writers: Your Blog
By     |    Aug 14, 2014
Posted in: Publishing, Spirit Lady, Technology, Writing     |    4 Comments

Marketing Tips for Writers: Your Blog

Last time we talked about the importance of a website as your main marketing tool. This week’s marketing tool, a blog, can be a part of your website or its own separate entity. As a reminder, your website is the hub of your marketing efforts, so if you decide to have a blog in lieu of a website, you still need to include the elements of a successful website in your blog. So how […]

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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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Writers Funk!
By     |    Mar 20, 2014
Posted in: Busy Lady, DIY & Crafts, Editing, Family, Health, Parenting, Uncategorized, Writing     |    4 Comments

Writers Funk!

It happens right? Well, I haven’t been in this depth of funk in a long time. I have a ton of ideas running around in my head, but still can’t arrange them into words. It’s so frustrating! I am sure many of you have been where I am now and possibly have some advice; I would love to hear it. I’m a writer, so maybe writing down why I’m in […]

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