Category Archives: Marketing

The Multi-Genre Blues

Happy New Year and I need help! Variety is the spice of life, right? I’ve always believed so . . . but when it comes to being an author, sometimes variety can seriously complicate developing your author platform. This month … Continue reading

Posted in Marketing, Soul Mate Publishing | Tagged , , , | 7 Comments

The Agony and The Ecstasy

This month I did my first Arts & Crafts Festival. Was it a success? Well, I did see people I haven’t seen since high school (I’m not saying how long ago that was, but it was decades). Back then my … Continue reading

Posted in Author, Books, Friends, Marketing, Pondering With Pat, Publishing, Readers, Settings, Soul Mate Publishing, Suspense, Writing, Writing career | Tagged , , , , , , | 2 Comments

The Dreaded “M” Word: Part II

Marketing Tips for Authors: Goodreads Last week we talked about Facebook marketing for authors—how it’s important to become a presence, a person that people want to know and like. Not just an author trying to secure email addresses or sell … Continue reading

Posted in Marketing, Networking, Social Media, Soul Mate Publishing, Writing | Tagged | 2 Comments

The Dreaded “M” Word, Part One

Putting More Than Your Face on Facebook I believe I’ve blogged on this topic before, but since it’s a very broad and multi-faceted subject, I’ve decided to turn it into a series. In this, Part One, I’m going to concentrate … Continue reading

Posted in Author, Contemporary Romance, Creativity, Facebook, Marketing, Romance, Social Media, Soul Mate Publishing, Writing, Writing career | Tagged | 3 Comments

Romance Writers Gone Wild – A Recap by Rebecca Heflin

It all started with insomnia. Usually my insomnia-induced middle of the night ideas are as crazy as my dreams, but even in the light of day this seemed like a good idea: a Facebook event called “Romance Writers Gone Wild.” … Continue reading

Posted in According to Rebecca, Marketing, Social Media, Soul Mate Publishing | Tagged , , , , , | 11 Comments

Anxious Author on Board

I think it’s fair to say most people understand writers are generally solitary and introverted. We spend a lot of time in our own heads and we’re happy there. We get to make our characters say what we want, do … Continue reading

Posted in Contemporary Romance, Happy Days With Mia, Marketing, Motivation, Networking, Romance, Social Media, Writing, Writing career | 2 Comments