Once again, thanks so much, Story Reading Ape, for making us laugh with Auntie Acid!
On The Story Reading Ape’s blog I found a post, written by Joanna Penn and Chrys Fey about how to spice up your amazon book pages. Thanks so much, Chris, Chrys, and Joanna.
on The Creative Penn:
Intro by Joanna Penn:
There are many ways to market your books, but most marketing will drive readers to your sales page on the online bookstores, and there are ways you can improve it so they stick around and buy.
In today’s article, Chrys Fey outlines how you can improve your Amazon book sales page.
Today, our furry friend, The Story Reading Ape, published one of my gest posts. I’m very honored and flattered. Thank you so much for publishing it on your blog, Chris! ❤
When I start developing a character sometimes, I construct the person in my head; then I start writing down how she/he is going to be. First the ‘shell,’ then the inside. I very rarely ‘use’ someone I already know… someone I have met or is familiar to me.
It’s more that sometimes I recognize later, after the first draft, when I’m typing the book into the computer, that I find similarities with people I know.
This one time it’s a bit different.
A couple of months back I met a new co-worker of mine. She’s simply beautiful with her shiny black hair, blue ocean deep eyes, and her open, symmetrical heart-shaped face.
We talked about her descants and found out; she’s Irish. After talking to her and listening to her wonderful Irish accent, I decided I would love to use her as one of my main characters in one of…
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