Monthly Archives: November 2017

Top Ten Twitter Tweets of November 30, 2017

Top Ten Twitter Tweets of November 30, 2017

Today is the crossover to the final month of the calendar year.
So much to do; lots to think about. For we authors and writers … how has the year been? Did you get the book done? The marketing in place? The results you desired? December is often a “lag month” … playing, partying, social. All of that ties into your book world … and planning … what’s next? Maybe lagging should be a tad less …

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Book Acknowledgments: Who’s in Your Village? … Who Are You Going to Thank?

Book Acknowledgments: Who’s in Your Village? … Who Are You Going to Thank?

ACHKNOWLEDGMENTS
Who’s in Your Book Creation Village? … Who Are You Going to Thank?
Everyone … That’s Who!

One of the last items on the book publishing “to do” list is to create the Acknowledgment Page … the Thank Yous to the team that assisted you in creating your baby. These are the people who got you here … don’t ignore them. Think in the narrative … let your readers know what your team did to …

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Top Ten Twitter Tweets of November 23, 2017

Top Ten Twitter Tweets of November 23, 2017

It’s Thanksgiving … enjoy the day with Your Family and Friends. Laugh, Learn, and of course, Eat. I am always in gratitude for what you do with your words and your publishing for so many. My family cooks together, does puzzles, watches a favorite movie … and yes, we do eat. Wishing you a wonderful one.
And, below are a few nibbles to bite on over the long weekend:

TODAY on Author YOU  – Your Guide to …

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Hey Authors … Is Your Website Contact Page a Loser?

Hey Authors … Is Your Website Contact Page a Loser?

It’s my pet peeve time of the month … In early November, I had great fun at my Speaking Unplugged event held in Denver. Sold Out, it was a two-day intensive with 20 plus authors deep-diving into the speaking world. Throughout, hot seats were created for each where I did “up front and in person” laser coaching on their talks—openings, closings and just structure.
Included was a section on websites and the essentials that anyone who …

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Top Ten Twitter Tweets of November 16, 2017

Top Ten Twitter Tweets of November 16, 2017

TODAY on Author YOU  – Your Guide to Book Publishing, host Dr. Judith Briles and Nancy Juetten will explore YOU as the author and what you can do to push your pitch; delete a boring bio; and create a one-page sheet that will do the promo pitch you want and deserve.Listen in live from the website or via iTunes.  Tune in for the LIVE show at 6 Eastern, 5 Central, 4 Mountain, 3 Pacific and for …

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Top Ten Twitter Tweets of November 09, 2017

Top Ten Twitter Tweets of November 09, 2017

TODAY on Author YOU  – Your Guide to Book Publishing, host Dr. Judith Briles and Amy Collins explore a variety of “hot” ideas to kickstart your Holiday book sales.

 
Listen in live from the website or via iTunes.  Tune in for the LIVE show at 6 Eastern, 5 Central, 4 Mountain, 3 Pacific and for our out-of-the-country members and followers … you are going to have to do the clock crunching for your time zone at http://tinyurl.com/AuthorURadio.  …

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Authors Ask: How Should I Publish? New York or On My Own?

Authors Ask: How Should I Publish? New York or On My Own?

How Should Authors Publish? New York or On Their Own? 
 
                       
The real question is: What Should YOU Do?
Not a week goes by that these questions don’t surface via email or a phone call:

Should I try to sell my book to New York?
Should I self-publish?
What’s the difference between the two?
What should I do?
Can you help me?

Fair enough … all valid questions for authors … …

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