Our thanks to book publicist Claire McKinney of Claire McKinney Public Relations for this contribution! When I was young and naïve, I thought the bios you read in theater pro grams and on the backs of books were written by
If there’s one indisputable fact that social media marketers have agreed upon over the last year, it’s that clever and compelling social media images are critical. The more critical they become, the more education is being addressed on this topic.
Assuming you’re all off to a brilliant start on your 2017 writing and marketing, let’s take a time out to make sure all your great new content is protected with four antivirus solution tips from guest contributor, information security analyst
Our thanks to book cover designer Carol Fiorillo for this guest contribution. The old adage, “you can’t judge a book by its cover” doesn’t apply in today’s visual and interactive age where readers are increasingly drawn to the first thing
Here’s an innovative way some key publishers, authors and experts have collaborated to create a program for aspiring and emerging authors. WWW’s Shari Stauch said, “I’m thrilled to be a part of this group of amazing talents pooling their resources
Each year, over Martin Luther King day weekend, a cast of brilliant authors gather with hundreds of book clubbers from across the country in a two-day festival of book discussions and themed book events. It’s called the Pulpwood Queens Girlfriend
Our thanks to consultant Lisa Wheatly for this guest contribution. The virtual life is so widely spread that attracting visitors has become a really tough challenge for today’s website and blog owners. Statistics say that the number of websites online