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  • Social Media Mondays: a series for writers

    Welcome to Social Media Mondays on my blog—a series created with writers in mind. Having spent the last two years in one of the steepest learning curves I’ve ever undertaken, I have amassed mountains of information about social media and marketing for writers. In the spirit of paying it forward, I’ve decided it’s time to […]

  • Social Media Glitches

    If you’re back on my blog today looking for the Facebook page tips I promised last week, they’re sorta not here yet. 😛 Those of you who have visited my website on prior occasions may have noticed a new look and feel to the site, but apparently that’s come at more of a cost than […]

  • Social Media Stats Every Author Should Know

    Welcome back to Social Media Monday, an article series designed to (hopefully) help authors find their way through the morass that is online marketing.  To get us on track for 2015, I thought we’d take a quick look at some recent social media stats–because who among us doesn’t wonder sometimes (often?) if our efforts to be […]

  • Just How Effective IS Social Media for Authors?

    Good morning, and welcome to another Social Media Monday! Last week, something occurred to me. Here I am, handing out advice to all of you on a variety of social media-related topics, but I had no idea whether or not social media actually worked. At least, not with regard to book sales. Oh, I like being on social […]

  • Social Media & Marketing Tips for Writers

    Whether you’re learning the craft,  looking for publishing how-tos, building your platform (or learning what that is), or trying to improve your online marketing skills, you can find a lot of resources on the Internet to help you along. My blog has never been geared towards becoming such a resource, but as I’ve grown as a […]

  • Rules of Facebook Etiquette for Authors

    A few weeks ago, I put out a call for topic ideas so that I could make sure I’m answering real questions and concerns on my Social Media Monday series. Somewhat to my surprise — because I honestly had no idea this was even an issue — I received a request from blogger Kelsey (Kelsey’s Cluttered Bookshelf) for a post on […]