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I'll give you insights into how to write flash fiction and use it to market your fiction books. Analytical insights in book marketing and developmental editing written in simple language with case studies for indie authors.
While everyone talks about authors needing to create online presence, nobody specifies which social network an author should focus on first. While it doesn’t look as lively as Facebook, the social community tailored for bookworms, Goodreads, is my pick. Readers gather there to read book reviews, discuss books in forums, and discover new authors.
I’m working on a manuscript that, according to the author, was ‘dragging’, but she couldn’t figure out why. I went through it making notes of a few descriptions that disrupted the flow, but it wasn’t as bad as I thought...
How Flash works (or not) when there are non-human creatures, in an epic or high fantasy world with its magic system, or sci-fi stories featuring galaxies and other worlds?
There’s a lot of talk about using Short Stories as giveaways in exchange for the readers’ emails. This is not the best approach - as the person downloading your e-book may end up not reading your book.
*By reviewing other authors' books, you can showcase your own writing style.*
Let’s think about what a book review is…
It’s a rating of stars plus text. The rating shows whether or not we liked the book. The text contains a line or two that basically says, “Nice read.”.
Let me ask you this: What are you looking for in a review?