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How will you make a commitment to your writing this year?

The Writer’s Digest Annual Conference—August 1–3 in New York City—is your chance to acknowledge the importance of writing in your life! You’re likely reading this email because writing is your passion, and a trip to the Conference is a perfect—and purposeful—affirmation of your goals. Take...

A Valentine for Your Readers

by Gillian Nicol Nothing says reader appreciation like a good old-fashioned giveaway. Pairing a book giveaway offer with a holiday like Valentine’s Day is a sure way to attract attention and assure your readers that you care about them. Giveaways are a great way to engage readers while expanding your fan...

Karen Schaufeld Author Interview

Karen Schaufeld is the co-founder of All Ages Read Together and founder of 100 Women Strong an organization dedicated to strategic philanthropy. Karen resides with her husband Fred and has three children and 4 (sometimes 6) dogs. The Lollipop Tree is her first book. The Lollipop Tree Book Synopsis The...

Authors Tell Santa What You Really Want for Christmas…

by Sherrie Wilkolaski When my pen hit the paper this morning I was thinking about writing an article about the top 5 tips to drive holiday book sales and then found myself wondering down another path. (That article I will write up next.) I got to thinking about what every author really wants for...

Co-Founder of All Ages Read Together Releases Book

Author Karen Schaufeld’s “The Lollipop Tree” Is An Inspiring Story For Children And Adults Follow us on the exciting journey of a strong and proud little tree! Once remarked upon for her tall stature and growing limbs, an incredible storm leaves her scarred and the tree must fight all odds to regain the...

Book Awards Tips

by Sherrie Wilkolaski We’re closing in on the end of the year and we should be thinking about how to better promote our books in the New Year. Today I wanted to talk specifically about how to use book awards to help market and promote your book. First, you’ve got to be in it, to win it…as the saying...

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