If you’re going to be on social media, hopefully you’ve learned that it’s about connection and interaction, sharing interesting content, networking (hate that word), and building a fan base. What about when it’s not, though? What about when it’s about people who are trying to rile us up, or create icky sexual situations, or think they’re funny when in reality they’re just embarrassing themselves? Are those people even worth our time?
Writing is Love by guest @LorenKleinman
What Everyone Ought to Know about Birthmothers by guest @jcutlerlopez
Indie Authors Naked Excerpt
From the Introduction of Indie Authors Naked by Amy Edelman:
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Indie Life: How Much Can Hybrid Authors Make? by guest @steenaholmes
How Much Can Indie Authors Realistically Make? with guest @LizSchulte
Last month I wrote a post showing my sale numbers and other numbers a few authors have shared with me. Today I have the wonderful Liz to talk about her earnings.
Why I Dropped Out of High School by guest @Christina_Z13
By, Christina Zarrella author of the “Turbulence in the Veins” blog and upcoming memoir by the same title. She was run away teen who dropped out of high school, lived on the streets of San Francisco, and later earned a full scholarship from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation to attend Yale University for graduate school. Website | Twitter | Facebook
I Was A Skinny Kid. My Anorexia Story by guest @JulieFrayn
Readers Are Smart. We Can Look Out For Ourselves, Thanks.