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Sisters in Crime Embraces the New Hampshire Women’s Expo

Here’s a glimpse of the SinC New England team before the crowd flooded the Women’s Expo at the Radisson in Manchester, NH, this morning. We look organized and creative, right? Ready, set, let’s talk to everyone about SinC and the … Continue reading

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Goals: Set or Forget?

Are you a goal-setter or a goal-hater? Some people thrive on goals: clearly mapping out their short, mid and long-term goals for the next decade. Others like to let things happen without a lot of planning. There’s a plethora of information … Continue reading

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Elevator Pitching

Here it is, November 3rd, and Crime Bake is less than a week away. If you’re a new writer and new to Crime Bake, I think you’ll find it a wonderful opportunity to schmooze with fellow writers, attend workshops and … Continue reading

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Twylah and scoop.it help you build your platform

It’s no big news that new social media outlets keep sprouting up in cyber space, but here are two to use for building your platform and reaching more readers: Twylah and Scoop.it. If you’re an author and use Twitter to promote your writing, … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Theme Marketing

We’re writers here. We want people to read our writing. Lots and lots of people, preferably.  A frequent topic of discussion is how to let readers out there know that our books are available. I have a book coming out … Continue reading

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Twitter for authors and writers

Twitter is just one of numerous social media tools that writers and authors can use for marketing. Here are a few reasons why it’s a good tool to consider: It’s free The learning curve is short You can follow people … Continue reading

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