This Week in the Blogs, December 10 – 16, 2020

By Shelley Sturgeon

Inspect back here on Monday for Judith Briles newest post. Do not miss our Carnival of the Indies blog site carnival next Friday (Christmas Day) and make sure to examine out our latest e-Book Cover Design Awards post on Monday, December 28th.

Its been a chaotic year. Take a couple of minutes to discover a relaxing area, perhaps get a cup of tea or coffee and read this weeks selection of posts. I think youll be pleased that you did.

Have an excellent week! Be well and remain safe!

< Stephanie Chandler on Nonfiction Authors AssociationHow to Setup Automatic Targeted Amazon Ads to Sell More Books" Amazons Sponsored Product Ads are pay-per-click projects that advertise your book in relevant areas throughout Amazons site." Image: pixabay.com Christine Carron on Anne R. Allens blog site ... with Ruth HarrisHow Not to Take Critiques Personally" Getting your work critiqued can be transformative. Most of us have probably skilled deep appreciation when a fellow author shares an insight that permits us to see a weakness that we were too near see on our own." Steven Spatz on BookBaby BlogDont Forget Your Books Back Cover" The 250 words youll pick to place on your books back cover might simply be the most crucial in your entire book project." Cate Baum on Self-Publishing Review5 Tips For Promoting Your Book This Christmas" Authors frequently see the Christmas period as a peak time for promoting their books. How worthwhile is promoting your book in the joyful season, and how can you make the many of the vacation opportunity?" Marjorie Turner Hollman on Funds for WritersSelling Books During a Pandemic" Pre-pandemic, marketing of my books had been restricted. Since they were so hyper-local, however likewise since I live with a special needs, I work from home and drive just brief ranges, making in-person events constrained. With the start of COVID-19, nevertheless, the remainder of the world suddenly faced constraints I have actually coped with the previous 27 years."

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