Sally of Smorgasbord has shared a few giggles with us – and I decided to spread a smile and a few laughs. They really are funny and I couldn’t just “let them pass”. Thank you so much for the fun, Sally!
You never know what’s good for: Here’s a list of nouns for animal-groups. Chris, The Story Reading Ape provided us with this information. I could imagine, “a sneak of weasels” aren’t probably seen in a crime story located in the Walll Street anno 2135. But keep it anyway. Thanks Chris!
An excellent blog post, written by Kristen Lamb, about “Management”… manage time, possibilities, plans, housework, writing, work, sports, relaxation – and writing again. Thank you Kristen!
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So many people say the same thing. “If I could only find the time…” Thing is, time isn’t down in the couch cushions hanging out with loose change, the TV remotes and stale Cherrios. Time isn’t hiding. Time is everywhere.
And THAT folks is the problem.
Time is everywhere and all around and so we tend to waste it. People who are successful have the same amount of time. Difference is? They use it better.
Monday, I gave Ten Ways to Go Pro and I happened to mention the writing sprints we do on W.A.N.A.Tribe (a Ning I created for writers). But, because I didn’t want to derail the point of Monday’s post, I didn’t exactly explain what precisely we DO on W.A.N.A.Tribe.
I created W.A.N.A.Tribe so that writers all over the world could connect and share and network. There are all kinds of tribes to…
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Many authors are reluctant to actively be seen to market their books. Some go so far as to never market their books, but work very hard nevertheless on their blogs and other social networks. I haven’t tried very hard to sell my books, but I usually do mention them and occasionally run promotions, which always results in sales, and keeps them ticking over in a small but comforting way. I haven’t done anything at all for the past two months, and for the first time in years my sales page on Amazon for this month is a totally flat line. Which just goes to show. If you don’t market your books at all, they are unlikely to be bought at all.
There are different kinds of selling in the business of sales. When you are selling a product for a company, and meeting up with potential clients who are in…
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