Category Archives: Marketing

What’s One Of The Best Ways To Reach Your Readers?

Hi Everyone! As many of you know, in addition to blogging about everything writing, I also have a passion for marketing (the good kind, not the shout-y “Buy My Book!” stuff). I know this is an area of struggle for … Continue reading

Posted in Character Wound, Marketing, One Stop For Writers, Promotion, Publishing and Self Publishing, The Business of Writing, Uncategorized | 32 Comments

Five Ways to Help Your Favorite Authors

So, as you may have heard, Angela and I have published the next books in our thesaurus series: The Urban Setting Thesaurus and The Rural Setting Thesaurus. Though we’ve been through this process twice already, it’s been almost 3 years since … Continue reading

Posted in Book Review, Marketing, Promotion, Setting Thesaurus Guides, Uncategorized | 11 Comments

35 Posts To Help Writers Elevate Their Craft And Marketing Skills

A friend of mine asked me for a list of posts that I would like shared online (how nice, right?) and it prompted me to visit my website stats to see what posts were the most popular with those who … Continue reading

Posted in Character Arc, Character Flaws, Character Traits, Character Wound, Characters, Emotion, Emotion Thesaurus Guide, Marketing, One Stop For Writers, Positive & Negative Thesaurus Guides, Promotion, The Business of Writing, Uncategorized, Writing Craft, Writing Lessons, Writing Resources | 13 Comments

As A Writer in Today’s World, What Do You Need?

I was tooling through some of our older posts here at Writers Helping Writers, and I found a  “how are we doing?” one from The Bookshelf Muse era. This is where we would do a check in with you guys … Continue reading

Posted in About Us, Agents, Blogging Tip, Business Plan, Emotion Thesaurus Guide, Focus, Foreign Rights, Marketing, One Stop For Writers, Platform, Positive & Negative Thesaurus Guides, Promotion, Publishing and Self Publishing, Sales Numbers & Helpful Data, Social Networking, The Business of Writing, Time Management, Uncategorized, Websites | 35 Comments

Will This Be Your Year? Make A Writing Plan And Take Out The Guesswork

Becca and I love you guys. We want to see you break barriers, build careers, and enjoy success after writing success. Supporting you is what we’re about and what we do. We enjoy helping however possible, encouraging each of you … Continue reading

Posted in About Us, Business Plan, Goal and Milestones, Marketing, Promotion, Publishing and Self Publishing, The Business of Writing, Time Management, Uncategorized | 20 Comments

Unique Writing Resources: Helpful Checklists and Tip Sheets

Writing Checklist Nirvana As the “marketing department” of our little merry band at One Stop For Writers, I created a bunch of imaged-based sharables that provide good value to writers: an assortment of checklists and tip sheets on different areas … Continue reading

Posted in Emotion Thesaurus Guide, Marketing, One Stop For Writers, Positive & Negative Thesaurus Guides, Uncategorized, Writing Craft, Writing Resources | 15 Comments

A Book Marketing Truth Few Experts Will Admit

Book marketing is tough, especially when it comes to self-publishing. The good news is there is no shortage of experts, books and websites out there to advise authors on how to market. The bad news is that while some offer … Continue reading

Posted in Marketing, Platform, Promotion, Publishing and Self Publishing, Social Networking, Uncategorized | 71 Comments

5 Steps To Find Your Book’s Ideal Audience

There’s nothing quite like seeing a book with your name on it. The beautiful cover, the weight of it in your hands, the pages of your creativity bundled into a package for readers to enjoy. It sits o the shelf–maybe … Continue reading

Posted in Buying Books, Marketing, Promotion, Publishing and Self Publishing, Social Networking, The Business of Writing, Uncategorized | 42 Comments

Blurbs that Bore, Blurbs that Blare

I know that everyone has their own method of choosing books. Some go by the cover, others by the back copy. Some people get a good feel for the book by reading the first (or last) page or chapter. For me, … Continue reading

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Tips for Reaching Readers

People, I am soooo chuffed about today’s post. We have two guests here to talk about a topic that can’t be discussed enough, in my opinion: how to reach readers. I have only recently met Katrina, but Fiona and I … Continue reading

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