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The Eyes Have It by Michael Alvear

Welcome back to Michael Alvear with a fascinating study on what people REALLY look at on Amazon! What do Amazon shoppers do when they land on your book page?  Where do their eyes go?  Where […]

Need Social Media Content to Share? Try Hashtags! By Veronica Scott

Tweet I’m old enough to know that a # was used exclusively as number or pound sign, but since the advent of Twitter,  the # takes on a whole different meaning. RU Contributor Veronica Scott shares […]

Wrong Mountain… Goals We’re Given and the Prizes Nobody Wants by Damon Suede

As always, Damon Suede hits the nail on the head with goalsetting and career paths for the writer. Read on! As it often is these days, our industry is undergoing violent, seismic shifts that will […]

Paul Goat Allen: Reviewer Extraordinaire

TweetToday’s post is a flashback to June 2012, a Q&A with Paul Goat Allen. Paul moderated B&N’s Sci Fi/Fantasy and Paranormal/Urban Fantasy book forums back when I moderated the (now defunct) B&N Mystery Forum. But more […]

Do you YASIV? A Primer on Amazon Products Visualization – by Veronica Scott

Tweet RU contributor Veronica Scott returns with an informative post on YASIV. What’s YASIV? Read on.  I’m a very visual person and I learn better the more pictures there are. Marketing is such an important […]

Benefits of a Small Conference by Duffy Brown

TweetI met Duffy Brown and Tonya Kappes when I lived in Cincinnati – through my old RWA writing chapter and through Lori Foster’s Reader & Author Get Together. For a couple of years, Duffy’s famous […]

READ A LITTLE, READ A LOT by Laurie Schnebly Campbell

TweetWe are very excited to welcome back the awesome LAURIE SCHNEBLY CAMPBELL!   You want readers to devour every word you create, right? Whether it’s a 400-page saga or a 4-page short story, you want […]

Ten Tips for the Successful Writer – by Dani Collins

Tweet We’re starting off the week with Harlequin Presents author Dani Collins. Dani’s last post with us was back in 2013, and she’s been very busy since then!  Welcome back, Dani!  I’m so excited to […]

Building an Author Platform with Ginger Monette

Welcome Ginger Monette who is here to show us how to build an author platform and send your book off with a bang! Your manuscript is in the hands of your editor, and you’ve got […]

Veronica Scott: The Importance of Cover Design

Tweet RU Contributor Veronica Scott starts the week off with an in-depth discussion on book covers. Welcome back, Veronica! “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” said George Eliot in The Mill on the Floss. […]

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