Writers Life

What is an influencer? Simply put, it is someone in your brand or industry that has a large and loyal following on social media. It is the person who tells people to go buy a pink shoe and they do it, who tells others a book is good, and they believe it. On the large scale, you can say Stephen King, Anne Rice, and JK Rowling are some of the greatest influencers in the writing

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So, the first part of putting together a social media strategy is knowing where to start. This may be the most overwhelming part: coming up with a plan of action. Luckily, this awesome infographic from Dreamgrow does all the work for you, taking you step by step through the whole process.

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Hi all! How has your summer been? I know mine has been very long and hot, and I don’t think this heat is going anywhere. And yet, it feels like fall is upon us. For many, fall is a time for change, and this could be true about your writing career. We can’t be stiff about change when it comes to being authors and publishers. Why? Because we are in a very unique industry that

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One of the hardest decisions as an author is whether to use free platforms, self-publish, or go with a publisher. Here is one of the simplest but most comprehensive breakdowns I have seen of the decision to help you make your choice. https://ebookfriendly.com/tips-for-writers-infographics/rules-of-successful-storytelling-infographic/

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It doesn’t matter if you are 8 or 80, the world of writing is changing. Now that small press companies and indie authors are more the norm than the frowned upon, it is easier than ever to make your writing dreams come true. It is never too late to go after your dream, but this infographic might give you just the inspiration you are in need of! https://ebookfriendly.com/tips-for-writers-infographics/its-never-too-late-to-write-a-bestseller/

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Feeling down and like you will never be a big time author? This might make you feel a little bit better when you see what all these amazing authors used to do for work!

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Look, we all know that we want and need more followers. That is the best way to expose readers to our work. Pinterest can be a great tool because you can share character cards, teasers, book covers, and other visuals that can catch someone’s attention much quicker than a post full of words on Facebook. So, here are some tips on how you can gain more followers who can see (and possibly buy) your books!

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