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Salem VI: Rebecca’s Rising Book Reaching For The Big Screen

Pressque Publishing Signs Film Deal For Author Jack Heath’s Modern Day Re-Telling Of The Salem Witch Trials Sep. 11, 2013 – BEDFORD, N.H. — Jack Heath, former Boston TV reporter and current New Hampshire Today radio host is creating waves in the publishing and film industries this summer....

An Author’s Guide: The Do’s & Don’ts of Twitter

Originally published on authorsboutique.com by Gillian Nicol In the wide-wild-world of social media, Twitter can make or break your online presence. Despite being limited to just one hundred and forty characters to spread your message, it’s quite easy to find yourself falling into the “annoying zone” in the...

Developing Your Author Platform

Originally published on opendoorpublications.com by Sonja Hegman Your author platform is the single most important thing you can create for yourself. And I’m not kidding when I write this: You must start promoting at least a year ahead of your book’s release. This might sound ridiculous, but starting the...

Writers’ Block: The Symptoms and the Cure

By Karen Hodges Miller The other day I had a writing deadline. I wrote a lead. Deleted it. Wrote another. Deleted it. Played some solitaire. Checked my email. Wrote a third lead. Deleted it. Got a snack. Wrote a fourth lead. I was suffering from that dread disease, Writer’s Block. If you haven’t...

Children’s Book Series Spark a Lifelong Love of Reading

Original article published on www.apricothill.com. by Lacey Reeces Solving mysteries one letter of the alphabet at a time, Ruth Rose Hathaway, Dink Duncan and Josh Pinto never cease to entertain in all 26 titles of the A to Z Mysteries by Ron Roy. Younger readers easily relate to the nine year old sleuths’...

Using Amazon Keyword Tags to Sell More Books

by Sherrie Wilkolaski Over the weekend I was looking for a book on Amazon and I could not find what I was looking for.  I was searching for a newly released title, so I expected that the Amazon Search may not pull it right up at the top of my inquiry however, I was more concerned for the long-term search...

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