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How to Make a Monster: An interview with Pike Stephenson

Pike Stephenson

How to Make a Monster:  An interview with Pike Stephenson Hello my fellow book worms. Here is number three of my author interviews. Please welcome Pike Stephenson.  Pike Stephenson is the author of numerous articles, short stories, and several novellas. His first book, Frenzy, was his leap into full-length fiction. When he isn’t writing he takes care […]

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Mary Ann Fraser Talks About Writing Children’s Books

Children's Books

Mary Ann Fraser Talks About Writing Children’s Books Hello everyone. I am happy to let you all know, I am adding a new section to my website. I will be interviewing authors and showing you the amazing world of writing and what it means to be an author.  Let me introduce my first author, Mary Ann […]

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A Secret About JD Salinger Author of The Catcher In The Rye

JD Salinger

A little secret about JD Salinger So we all know JD Salinger as the author of one of the most famous books, The Catcher in the Rye. But did you know just 15 months or so before he had another story? On this day in history, Salinger would be published in the New Yorker, with […]

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Your Story Is Intellectual Property: Words As Infinite Currency

Click On Picture Above To View Video Your Story Is Intellectual Property: Words As Infinite Currency When I first started to crank out screenplay after screenplay in L.A., some legally savvy friends advised me to register my works, as a way of protecting my precious words. They introduced me to the term “intellectual property”: copyrights, trademarks, […]

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Do Authors and Bloggers Need a Marketing Budget? YES! YES! YES!

Do Authors and Bloggers Need a Marketing Budget? YES! YES! YES! Writers write because they love to write or have something to say. Sometimes both. Why do you write? If you’re a blogger or book author a marketing budget is essential. A lot of things factor into setting your budget and when taken into consideration […]

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Can Writers and Authors Outsource to Gain Leverage?

Can authors and bloggers outsource to gain leverage? That depends on several factors. One factor: GOALS. What is Outsourcing? Outsourcing is a process with long arms. It can have a huge reach and major impact on a writer’s business. “Wait a minute–who said anything about a business?” Oh … you only want to write? You […]

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Social Media, Technology and Book Marketing for Authors

Creating a social media marketing campaign is a necessity for any author wanting to be successful. Everyone is using social media nowadays and to not be involved socially only sets your book up for failure. Many social media marketing campaigns involve the use of all sorts of social media outlets such as, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, […]

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Do Self-Publishing Authors Need a Book Proposal?

Do self-publishing authors need a book proposal? Uh, what is a book proposal? Think of it as your expanded sales pitch. Among other elements, you’ll include an overview of your project and reasons the market will be receptive to your book. If your goal is to secure a traditional publisher, a book proposal is essential. […]

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How to Survive the Worst that Can Happen

Please Check Out Our Sponsors http://traffic.libsyn.com/nancyferrarimedia/30412068-136943065.mp3Podcast (member-channel): Play in new window | DownloadOn today’s episode of The Nancy Ferrari Show, Nancy connects with award winning author and Certified Grief Recovery Specialist, Sandy Peckinpah on How to Survive the Worst That Can Happen. Sandy Peckinpah, is an award-winning author, a lifestyle mentor, writing coach, and a […]

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