Tag Archives: Jane Friedman

Iterative Versus Linear Processes in Publishing

By Barb, who has made it back to New England in time for our very last snow, apparently Last week, as I read Jane Friedman’s excellent blog post on the takeaways for authors from Digital Book World, I was struck … Continue reading

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Okay, But Seriously, What Should I DO? (About Book Promotion)

Hi All. Barb here. Finally back in Maine on a gorgeous summer day. Back in the spring, I wrote a post called Four Lies Book Publicists Will Tell You about some of the false and outright damaging advice new writers … Continue reading

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Four Principles of Book Promotion

Hi. Barb here. So, on my last turn here at Maine Crime Writers, Inc., I wrote a post that went a little viral–Four Lies Book Publicists Will Tell You. And by viral, I don’t mean You-Tube kitten viral. I mean … Continue reading

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Using Pinterest to Promote Your Books

This week on Maine Crime Writers: Monday, Gerry Boyle; Tuesday, Kaitlyn Dunnett; Wednesday, Vicki Doudera; Thursday, Lea Wait; Friday, James Hayman. Our guest today, Grub Street instructor and author Celeste Ng, gives advice on ways that writers might use Pinterest … Continue reading

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