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Story Empire

I SEers, Craig here again. In my last post, I told you about my best promotional source. I made this a link, in case some of you missed it. This way I don’t have to do a lot of review.

Blogging is all about friends.

We talked about what to write, what not to write, and keeping a bit of consistency. We also discussed some of the cool people you can meet along the way.

Today, lets expand into some of the things you can do to keep people coming back, and to find new followers. We’re going to start with hosting.

If you’ve been blogging any length of time, you have a few followers. While it might seem like we all follow the same people, that’s only partially true. When one of your fellow authors has a new release, or something to say, it’s pretty easy for them…

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Writing (Un)Awkward Romantic Scenes

Love this post! 😉

A Writer's Path

by Sara Butler Zalesky

**Warning – adult situations and language and potential spoilers for the novel Wheeler, now available on Amazon Kindle.**

I’ve been hesitant to give Wheeler to friends and family or even tell my coworkers I wrote a novel. Why? Like the protagonist, Loren Mackenzie, I only let people see what I want them to see. I keep my cards close to the vest. I’m a Scorpio, it’s who I am.

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