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SIX OF THE BEST… ways to support your writer friends when they publish a new book

Your writer friends (like me) need support and help when they publish a new book. Especially when there’s no big-name publisher around to help with the marketing. And even when there is a publisher, word-of-mouth is still the best way … Continue reading

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SIX OF THE WORST… self-promotion fails

I suck at self-promotion.

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SIX OF THE WORST… things about social media (for writers)

I hate marketing myself. SIX OF THE WORST… things about social media (for writers)

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When Social Groups Collide: Trust, Relationships, and Real Names

There’s a very high level of trust that goes with letting your social groups collide, especially in the internet age, especially when real names are involved, and especially when people in one social group value their privacy (for whatever reason). … Continue reading

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Speculative Fiction and Engagement Marketing

I think it’s fair to say that speculative fiction has been hitting the “convincing people to vote for stuff using futuristic means” trope for a few decades now. From stories about voting how to kill people (or whether or not … Continue reading

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