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Author Topics

Let’s Get Digital Is Free. Maybe Forever?

“Let’s Get Digital” by David Gaughran is FREE! Check it out!

David Gaughran

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I first published Let’s Get Digital in July 2011, back when dinosaurs roamed the earth, and then released a (much) revamped and updated version in September 2014.

Combined, both editions have sold well over 25,000 copies at this point, which is about 24,000 copies more than I ever hoped. So my sincere thanks to all of you for that – particularly the generous authors who contributed to the book and the army of writers recommending it to others.

Speaking of which, a friend told me the other day that she was grateful I’d written the book because it gives her a quick and easy way to answer emails from newbs.

Well, let me tell you, I’m totally fine with monetizing other people’s laziness. If I could monetize my own laziness I’d be richer than Croesus (one of the original investors in…

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Well-Paying Markets To Write For | Savvy Book Writers

2016 Writer’s Market, “Yellow Pages” for Writers . Do you like to travel to foreign countries, or other states / provinces?  Enjoy weekend trips to new places

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How to Write a Great Author Bio | Savvy Book Writers

For some authors writing their bio might be a daunting task.  But it’s important to give it the same attention as you do when writing your books or an avatar

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Interesting Literature: 10 Great Facts about Writers and Dogs

10 Great Facts about Writers and Dogs.

Jack London
Image: A nine-year-old Jack London and his dog Rollo, 1885 (author unknown), Wikimedia Commons.

Michael’s Origins: Stumble Me This -Stumble Me That

This is a great tutorial! I never knew how to get the picture there for Stumble Upon! Thank you!

Michael Rios

Last night I ran across a Blog that had a StumbleUpon button on their Blog so that people could share their work if that wanted to do so.

I was like how is that possible, WordPress got rid of that. So research I did. Then I ran across Debby Gies’s Google Plus Page where she shared an article about “The Power of StumbleUpon” which I read, then I was like SOB! So there I am at my desk just shaking my head.

So, if you would like to put a StumbleUpon button on your Blog, then follow these simple steps.

Sharing

Go to your Dashboard,

Then settings

Then click on Sharing.

Click on services

Locate

Add a new Service

When you click on “Add a new service”

A new popup window will open

Enter info

Service Name: Enter Stumble Me (if feeling like a smart butt)

Sharing URL: Copy the below URL…

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THANK YOU for Your Interest in our SUCCESS with the Halloween Spooktacular Freebie event!

Happy Happy Happy with the results of our FREE promo for Halloween.  YOU are all the absolute BEST! Enjoy with us!

Interesting Literature: 100 Interesting Facts about Famous Authors

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Patrick Jones author The Wolf's Moon, The Linden Chronicles, Book 1
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