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Welcome to our free online writing workshop. Beginning next week, we’ll be presenting one lesson here each Wednesday—a total of 10 lessons. Each lesson includes at least one exercise designed to reinforce the topic of that lesson and to help … Continue reading →
With spring comes spring cleaning, and websites should be no exception. We’ve been examining our site’s page load stats recently and noticed that there were a few areas of the site that received little or no traffic. This indicated to … Continue reading →
And you can win a free paperback copy! Announcing the release of The Storm is Coming: An Anthology. Storms can come out of a clear blue sky, or they can build over a long period. They can take many forms, … Continue reading →
Submissions are now open for an as-yet untitled character-based Sleeping Cat Books anthology to be published in the fall of 2012. This anthology will be a black and white paperback edition and an ebook edition of short fiction. We will … Continue reading →
Storms can come in many forms, but they’re all terribly destructive. From a tornado or hurricane that can destroy all your belongings, to an abusive spouse who can destroy your sense of well-being, to human actions that can destroy an … Continue reading →
Submissions are now open for the Sleeping Cat Books anthology to be published in the spring of 2012. This anthology will be a black and white paperback, and may include essays, short fiction, poetry, B&W photography, or B&W graphic images. … Continue reading →
You’ve published a book and set up a website or blog to get the word out, but you’re just not seeing the traffic you’d hoped for. What to do? One answer is to start commenting on internet forums and other … Continue reading →
June is Audiobook Month. The Audio Publishers Association (APA) will be doing lots of promotion this month of audiobooks through social media like Facebook,Twitter, and YouTube with the help of famous authors like Deepak Chopra, Judy Blume, and Sue Grafton. Many … Continue reading →
As an author, should you have your own website? Short answer: yes. Absolutely. Every author needs a platform from which to sell their work, and a website is an integral part of that platform. Whether you’ve been published by a … Continue reading →