10 thoughts on “Contact

  • October 29, 2015 at 1:52 pm

    I got so excited about your post on editing sites, that I logged right into Grammarly. For an hour I have been searching the site, google, and youtube trying to find the free part. Every time I dump some paragraphs into the edit, it takes me to: sign up for a plan, starting at $11 a month. What is free with this site?

    Nancy Adair

    • October 30, 2015 at 12:01 am

      Hi Nancy — perhaps it’s not free on all web browsers? We tested on both Safari and Google Chrome, and indeed there is a big red free button on main page which will take you to the download extension… Give that a go!

  • August 15, 2014 at 9:51 am

    Hi All at Where Writers Win!
    I read much of what you post and find it interesting and informative – thank you.
    However, recently I saw the ad (which it basically was), for Bookarma, and I decided to look further into it. It seems like it might be worthwhile to try it out ‘free’ for a few months. So I went into the site to begin a registration. In going through the registration steps I noted that Bookarma wanted not just to view what posts I made on FB and Twitter, they wanted to ‘manage’ them. That’s not good. I was wondering whether or not you are aware of this, and whether or not you support it. At this time, I have thousands of followers combined – FB, Twitter, LinkedIn, Goodreads, Pinterest, etc., and I would like to be in control of what those followers see. I did halt my registration with them and sent them a comment via their site, but I am curious as to what you guys think, since, in a way you are promoting them.
    Jeanne E. Rogers, Author

    • August 15, 2014 at 10:15 am

      Hi Jeanne! Thanks for weighing in and that’s pretty standard language these days for an API, which basically just means when you share on FB and TW via Bookarma, it actually does go to FB and TW… that requires your permission. And please know that we only present a partner/offer if we ourselves have tested them, either with our work or that of clients.

      In the case of Bookarma since it was so new, I did the test w/ one of my own books – happy to report it actually was efficient AND fun – (Pool Players Edge), and full disclosure, I tested for two months, and paid for one.

      I found some new work I wanted to read but more important, I had a BUNCH of click-throughs to my own book, which was surprising since it’s non-fiction and in a bit of a niche (pool and billiards). Then I went and checked my sales for the same days the campaign ran and sure enough, there was a bump (and significant enough to more than pay for the $15 I spent).

      I believe that’s worth a free try and we’re having our own clients give it a go, too… I’m interested to see now how the site performs across various genres. If the further testing goes well, we’ll have Bookarma make some sort of regular discount concession to our Winner Circle members.

  • November 11, 2013 at 11:30 am

    Week after week, month after month, you provide amazing, useful content. You continue to impress me!

  • August 11, 2013 at 8:17 pm

    I am not the most computer savvy person so I probably am asking a question that seems elementary to others but I don’t seem to find an answer by browsing around the site.
    I am a member but am having difficulty learning to understand much of what I see available here. For instance, the advertisements just to the right of this post area features an rotating window labeled,”Our Client”s Books” which seems to indicate that, as a member or “client”, my books should be featured in this window. Obviously that must not be the case but it does seem to me that one should be able to find something that connects this feature to membership in some way. I don’t find it if it is there.
    Is there a place where I can find a tutorial or some such help in learning to utilize such areas of the site and learn what my membership actually provides as a participant? if so, how do I find it?

    • August 11, 2013 at 9:13 pm

      Hi Clifford – best way to learn more about your membership advantages is to visit the FAQ page at https://writerswin.com/winner-circle-faq/

      The graphic you’re seeing for our clients’ books is just to demo some of the folks we work with – These are website and social media clients vs. Members of the Winner Circle. But it’s not an advertisement really as we don’t attract a reader audience but one of fellow authors… Just a way to show ’em off!

  • October 25, 2012 at 1:34 am


    I am FreyaAbril and I love your blog (https://writerswin.com) and religiously follow it. I would love to contribute guest post for your site.

    I want to ask you if you’re interested in any of the following guest blog post ideas:

    1. Andriod apps and their familiarity
    2. How to create useful Android Apps
    3. iphone5 with trending features
    4. How to repair your Android phone
    5. Build your custom Android Apps

    Just in case you don’t like above mentioned topics then you can recommend the topic that you would like to be covered on your blog.

    My article would be unique, 100% CopyScape of above 500 words and would be a good fit for your blog. I hope you would be interested in my offer.

    If you want to see some info about my expertise, please check out some of my previous guest posts here:
    I hope for positive reversion from your side

    Warm Regards,

    • October 25, 2012 at 10:24 am

      Absolutely Freya! Probably not repairing or building apps, but the rest sound great!

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