Good Morning bloggers and authors. I would like to share with you some great sites I’ve found for helping, sharing and linking with fellow authors and bloggers.
Here they are:
“Koobug is about authors.”
“Koobug is a place for you to read authors’ blogs, learn about their books, interact with them, and start blogging for yourself.
Koobug is a site for writers to show and sell their work. We feature links to buying elsewhere, and will soon be releasing our own book reader apps and software, giving authors a much better cut of the price.
Koobug was created by writers and authors – both traditionally and self-published. We want our site to encourage and let people discover high quality writing. We hope this site inspires you to start or continue writing, and that it helps you to achieve great things. Write to be read.
Koobug is evolving; you can follow that evolution on our own blog, in the ‘latest from us’ section.”
A twitter find today: Free Facebook advertising from LP Training.
This sounds good, still to investigate thoroughly but you can download or click the videos to watch.
The Word Factory – Writing sites round up in January
Including submitting tips from the Curtis Brown Agency:
Blots and Plots. How to find a freelance editor:
From Jenny Bravo, some tips about finding a freelance editor.
First draft post:
Author Rebecca Bradley Interviewing Rebecca Muddiman about her first draft process:
Free e-books for writers:
Guest post from Ronovan from Ronovan Writes on Jen’s Pen Den, with five excellent book suggestions for writers, including Write Good Or Die!
Making your own e-books:
Six part series of making your own e-books by David Cronin on Sally Cronin’s blog:
Bloggers link up:
This link up is from Vicky who “works from home as a writer, social media marketer and sometime bookkeeper.”
Got something to say on a Monday? Look no further shout it out using #MondayBlogs Twitter Hastag via Rachel Thompson of Bad red head Media. There’s a Giveaway too, but hurry it finishes very soon.
Directory of Memes:
I had a go at doing this earlier on in one of my previous blog posts. Lisa Wolf of Book Shelf Fantasies is compiling a directory of memes so contact her if you would like to be added.
Creative commons licenses for your blog:
To finish off this Tuesday morning post I’d recommend stopping by photogwriter blog, this stunning photo of Seattle King County Public Library is from SHARI BRADBURY, photographer and writer.
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