Sunday, January 13, 2013

Sunday Surfing

Book Contract: What's Negotiable and What's Not

Is YA Only a Sales Label?

4 Ways a Storyteller Learned to Write

Writing a One-page Synopsis...Yes, it CAN be done!

10 Tips to Get Blog Tours and Guest Posts Right

Anatomy Of A Query Letter: A Step-By-Step Guide

Publishing with Createspace

Cassie Mae's post on FFF resonated with me this week.  Monday Inspirations: "I Inspire Myself"


20 comments:

  1. Of course a one page synopsis is possible. Think back of the book synopsis!

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    1. Possible? Almost all things are possible. But brevity has never been my strong suit. LOL

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  2. Boy, it seems my brain cells are on a strike of "No hablo Inglés" today. I didn't understand anything. Better have some more sleep.

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    1. Don't feel bad, Al. I have a lot of those days myself and English is the only language I speak. ;-)

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  3. Thanks for linking my article! It's good to know that people like you were interested in it.

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    1. It was an interesting article and I was more than happy to link to it. Nicely done!

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    2. Nice work, Chihuahua Zero. I found your discussion most interesting.

      Oh yeah, thanks to you too, Jeff.

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    3. LOL, Thanks Erica, but the Chihuahua gets all the credit this week. ;-)

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  4. I caught a couple of these during the week. Thanks for the rest.

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    1. You're most welcome, Mike. I meant to include a mention of your "Progressive Book Club" but lost sight of it in the shuffle someplace. I'll be sure to include it in next week's post.

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  5. Great links! I found the one about YA and whether or not it's a genre especially fascinating, since I've always gravitated toward writing in that category...

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    1. It's definitely a category a lot of people have gravitated toward. I'd love to find sales data broken down by readership age. Might prove interesting.

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  6. I will have to come back to these when I have more time! What an exciting list of topics.

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    1. I try to find a good batch of topics each week. I just wish I had more time (consistently) to find them every week.

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  7. Hi Jeff,

    Excellent to see all those links up there that I'm sure can be of benefit to the aspiring writer and a refresher for the published.

    Inspiration comes from within, we extol that inspiration to others. And thus, inspiration breeds inspiration.

    Peace and fulfilling writing, your way,

    Gary

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    1. Gary! Always a pleasure to have you drop by! Yes, hopefully someone will find something of benefit in those links. That's the hope anyway. Anything that instructs, inspires or entertains has my vote. :)

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