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Using Leverage to Efficiently Market Your Books While You Write


How I wish that I was this organised…

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:

Fleur Camacho has kindly been sharing my posts on her blog. She came up with a great idea for a post on blogging efficiently in order to promote your books, which I was more than happy to host here. She’s the author of Tristan, a teen & YA magical, fantasy, paranormal, & adventure novel, currently on a 99c sale on Amazon.

Using Leverage to Efficiently Market Your Books While You Write

Ever since I read my first blog post on Nicholas’s blog, I was hooked.  He is open, insightful, helpful and efficient.  I’ve mostly focused on building a targeted following on twitter but when I read his post about blogging, I knew that it was time for me to take a step forward with my marketing.

I’m the kind of person that once I decide to do something, I want to do all of it, all at once, and perfect…

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First Chapters – Dragon’s Moon by Rebecca Stroud

Originally posted on Ch'kara SilverWolf:

Today’s First Chapter is from Dragon’s Moon by my friend Rebecca Stroud.

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In 1982, seven very intelligent young men attending Harvard Law School discovered they had quite a lot in common. That discovery occurred in a small Boston book shop where they furtively saw each other on a regular basis.

Trying to hide their disgusting habit from prying eyes, they nevertheless pried into the dark netherworld of child pornography.

Eventually, a cohesive group was formed. One that met weekly to share photos and stories…and sexual gratification. They called themselves ‘The 7-Up Club’…”up” being the operative word.

Thirty years later, six of them worked for the President of the United States. The seventh? He was the President…

Sunday, October 28

Matt Dawson had been an FBI agent for almost twenty years. Yet, in all that time, he’d never vomited at the scene of a crime. This time, he did.


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First Chapters – Dreambones by John R. Patin

Originally posted on Ch'kara SilverWolf:

Today’s First Chapter is from Dreambones by my friend John R. Patin.

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DREAMBONES is a non stop tale of Science Fiction action and adventure!

…. Eric Rice is a deepscout, a pathfinder to the stars. He works alone for a number of reasons, one of which being that most of his friends and family have been murdered, but that is another story. Right now, Eric has more pressing problems, such as running out of air in a deteriorating spaceship and being forced to land on a hostile world he isn’t prepared to deal with.

…. Deepscouts never land, they reconnoiter, but Rice has no choice, at least there is air down there. There is also civilization of sorts, but Rice is about to find out it doesn’t deal with strangers very well.

…. His adventure is told in DREAMBONES, an epic Science Fiction novel currently serialized in four…

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It’s a sale!

Originally posted on Suddenly they all died. The end.:

TD-SWASFAS-EcoverHey, everybody! It’s a beautiful Thursday afternoon and I woke up to some amazing news this morning, so I’ve decided to put my books on sale. From now until April 1, 2015, you can pick up Tuesday Daydreams and A Song for All Seasons for just $1.99! Find them on Smashwords and enter coupon code WN73K for Tuesday Daydreams or coupon code JR38E for A Song for All Seasons.

Enjoy, and have a great day! :)

(c) 2015.  All rights reserved.

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Excerpt Promotion – Mythos of Love by Lisa Williamson

Originally posted on Ch'kara SilverWolf:

Today I bring you an Excerpt from Mythos of Love, a wonderful short story collection by my friend Lisa Williamson.

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Mythos – A story or set of stories relevant to or having a significant truth or meaning for a particular culture, religion, society, or other group.

Love stories are common through out all cultures. These short stories are a fantasy take on love and magic, for romance can be found in any genre.

With tales of traditional love with a Knight riding out to rescue his kidnapped lady to a tale of love over coming even death, these five tales will be a new take on a beloved genre.

With one novella, three previously published short stories and one entirely new tale, there is something for everyone. Even those who don’t expect a happily ever after.


Elinor looked about for her knight and she couldn’t see…

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Who Is – Lisa Williamson?

Originally posted on Ch'kara SilverWolf:

Today I bring you my friend Lisa Williamson.  A talented author with several different genres, all terrific.  She is also a fantastic cover artist.

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Lisa Williamson is a writer of odd cross genre fictional stories. With dozens of short stories, novellas and novels her fantastic worlds span the genres of fantasy, paranormal romance, science fiction, erotica and horror.

Her first publication was in the beginning of the Ebook movement with a short story and poetry collection from the 1990s. Writing in themes of self discovery, she mixes myths and legends from various cultures with a mystical bent. No matter that genre there will be a touch of romance, a sprinkle of nontraditional religions and a dash of enlightenment. He stories strive to let the reader open their mind to the wonder of the world around and within us.

Born and raised in Nashua, New Hampshire, she is currently living…

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Who Is – Will Macmillan Jones?


Oh, look who the cat has dragged in…

Originally posted on Ch'kara SilverWolf:

Today I bring you my friend and fellow author Will Macmillan Jones, he has a wide range of writings and I highly recommend you check them out.

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A fifty something lover of blues, rock and jazz, I have recently fulfilled a lifetime ambition by extending my bookcases until they fill an entire wall of my home office.

When not writing short stories, I am busy with my major comic fantasy series, The Banned Underground, released by Safkhet Publishing. Starting with The Amulet of Kings and The Mystic Accountants, then running on to The Vampire Mechanic, Bass Instinct and The SatNav of Doom, the books are written as stand alone works and can be read in any order. Described by a reviewer for Awesome Indies as ‘like one long Monty Python skit’ they contain beer, pizza and an enviable joke count.

Also on the way is a paranormal series starting…

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