Author 101: The Harsh Truth Behind Print Sales

Admit it. As a debut author, you’ve dreamed of walking into a Barnes & Noble and seeing your book on the front table luring readers over to buy it. Dreamy sigh. Am I right? It’s not until you’ve been in the business that you understand the chances of that are …

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FEBRUARY: Author Spotlight, Literary Fiction Author, J. Dylan Yates

Welcome literary fiction writer and fellow She Writes Press author, J. Dylan Yates, as my FEBRUARY “Author Spotlight.” I met Dylan with the rest of the Spring 2014 SWP authors almost a year ago as our group of authors prepared for our debut launches. I was especially intrigued by Dylan’s …

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JANUARY: Author Spotlight, Memoir Writer, Gwen Plano

Please welcome memoir writer and fellow She Writes Press author, Gwen Plano, here today as my JANUARY “Author Spotlight.” I met Gwen almost a year ago as our group of authors prepared for our Spring 2014 launches. Gwen has been an incredible supporter to many of us, and I totally …

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DECEMBER Author Spotlight: Memoir writer, Kelly Kittel

I’m super excited to have memoir writer and fellow She Writes Press author, Kelly Kittel, here today as my DECEMBER “Author Spotlight.” I met Kelly almost a year ago as our group of authors prepared for our Spring 2014 launches. Kelly’s one of those people who brings a certain energy …

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The Trials and Tribulations of an Authorpreneur by L.G. O’Connor Featured on [REALITY CHECK]

Hi Readers, Join me on Zetta Brown’s [REALITY CHECK] blog where she features a spot on my journey into “Authorprenuership” with the publication of my new book, The WANDERER’S CHILDREN, which launched today. See the full story here: http://www.shewrites.com/profiles/blogs/reality-check-the-trials-and-tribulations-of-an-authorpreneu-by So what did you think?

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NaNoWriMo Hangover: 2 Years, 2 Novels, 10 Lessons, 1 Agent

I’m proud to say that I’m part of the horde of writers who spent the last month pumping out word count in between working, trying to launch a book, and generally having some semblance of a life wrapped around 1,667 words a day. I’d like to joyously proclaim that I …

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OCTOBER Author Spotlight: Historical Fiction Author, Kristen Harnisch

I had the tremendous pleasure of meeting, fellow She Writes Press historical literary fiction author, Kristen Harnisch, at the recent Writer’s Digest Conference in New York City in August, and I’m thrilled to feature her as my OCTOBER “Author Spotlight.” A hybrid author, Kristen is published by Harper-Collins in Canada, and …

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