A Twitterview With The Lovely Terri Giuliano Long

Announcing the In Leah’s Wake Social Media Whirlwind Tour—WooHoo!

As part of this special promotional extravaganza sponsored by Novel Publicity, the price of the In Leah’s Wake Kindle edition has dropped to just 99 cents this week.

What’s more, by purchasing this fantastic book at an incredibly low price, you can enter to win many awesome prizes, including a Kindle, 5 autographed copies of the book, and multiple Amazon gift cards (1 for $100, 3 for $25, 5 for $10, and 10 for $5 – 19 in all)! Be sure to enter before the end of the day on Friday, August 26th, so you don’t miss out.

 

To win the prizes:

  1. Purchase your copy of In Leah’s Wake for just 99 cents
  2. Fill-out the form on the author’s site to enter for prizes
  3. Visit today’s featured event; you may win an autographed copy of the book!

And I can win $100 too if you vote for my blog over on the author’s website. The blog host that gets the most votes in this traffic-breaker polls wins, so please cast yours right after purchasing In Leah’s Wake and entering the contests! Continue reading

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Is It Working As Intended?

scroll Let’s say you’re like me – still new to this Indie Author thing. You’ve set up the needed platforms to promote your work – Twitter, Facebook, Goodreads, and several other sources. You’ve created a blog and started posting whenever possible. Bit.ly has become your best friend as it is handy whenever you need to shorten links. Overall, you’re making friends and establishing that much needed online presence, although you know that you’ve a long way to go.

Everything seems to be going well and you’re quite content with how things are going, so far. You do your best to keep up with everything as each day goes by and you’re thinking that things are where they should be. Nothing seems out of order and you’re sure that you’ve done everything possible in making others aware of you and your writing. But have you done enough? Continue reading

This Little Thing Called Twitter

twitter logo [warning]I take no credit for the Twitter logo. It’s just a blown-up screenshot piece of my desktop screen that I took while viewing my Twitter page.[/warning]

It’s wonderful, isn’t it? So much so, that one could get lost in it for hours on end and lose track of what we’re doing or of what we meant to do.

I first joined the site back in May of 2009. I confess I was sketchy about it, as a lot of people back then said that it wasn’t that good of a social platform. I’m honestly glad that they were wrong. I’ve made myself a tiny little niche in all things Twitter and I think I’ll stay there for as long as it is possible. Continue reading

A Recent Review On Closure

closure thumbnail A friend of mine, KNK_INK, read my story recently and let me know her thoughts/review on my story. She’s graciously allowed me to post it up here on my blog, which I thank her very much for.

Anything you need, hon, I’m there!

I thought I’d share with you all what she had to say. 🙂 Continue reading

When It Comes To Promoting Your Work

book I’ve been diligently researching, and implementing, the different ways/mediums to promote my book ever since I self-published my story. I’ve also come to realize that there are many ways in which to do so. Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, and many others to numerous to name.

There are also websites like Digg, Reddit, Stumbleupon, Delicious, and Googlebuzz, that allow you to share the links to your works/sites with others. These, I confess, I’m still getting used to using. But I do have to admit that they make it easier for making your work known to others out there and I think they are very useful in the long run.

I’ve also come across Lifarre, courtesy of Indie Book Collective, which allows me to connect with other women/writers who share the same passion as I do for writing. I’m still getting used to this site, but I made my first friend on it today which I thought was very cool. Hopefully, I’ll make many more soon. Continue reading