WARNING: Writers Eyes Only Should View These Links

If you notice the links below you will find information on Facebook ads, critique groups, stressed out writers, how to sell books, how not to sell books, 25 great writing tips, and blogging tips. This and much more you can find on Anne R. Allen’s blog with Ruth Harris. Having subscribed for years I can attest to the useful information I have gotten, some of which goes against common perceptions, but common perceptions are often wrong, which is another reason to follow their blog. It does not always agree with beliefs, too often regurgitated without anyone saying, “Hold on here. Does this really make sense?”

Facebook Ads that work

Disappearing Amazon reviews

Beware Groupthink-About choosing a critique group

Important for depressed, stressed and anxious writers

Speed Kills or Does it

How Do I Sell My Book

How Not To Sell Books

25 Must Read Tips

6 Tips for getting More Traffic to Your Blog

Blogging Authors, Ignore the Rules

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3 thoughts on “WARNING: Writers Eyes Only Should View These Links

  1. Hey Terry–Thanks a bunch for the shout-out! I just got a Google alert on this post. A very timely one. I’ve been getting a little burned out and discouraged with the blog, so it’s great to hear it’s reaching people and still inspiring. I do get tired of the “writing rules”…most of which don’t make any sense. More on them this coming Sunday with 6 Ways Critique Groups Can Hurt Your Writing…and 6 Ways they Can Help.

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