How To Find Paying Magazines With Keyword Research


In this tutorial you’ll learn how to find those great writing jobs using keyword research. If you're not familiar with the ways that you can search online, here are some simple, yet important things to consider. There are 3 main keyword searching options to find great writing jobs online. These are: Broad Match, Phrase Match and Exact Match. When you type keyword … [Read more...]

Timothy A. Dimoff, CPP – Life Rage


What is your most recent book? Tell us a bit about it. Life Rage. This book is a chilling examination of societal rage and safeguards against it. The book delves into the rages we are experiencing today in America and elsewhere including road rage, workplace rage, airline rage, school rage, and anti-government rage. It examines their causes and effects and offer solutions. … [Read more...]

Donna Dunning, PhD – 10 Career Essentials: Excel at Your Career By Using Your Personality Type


What is your most recent book? Tell us a bit about it. My newest book, 10 Career Essentials: Excel at Your Career by Using Your Personality Type, is a guide for assessing and improving your work performance. The book describes 10 career strategies that are necessary for success in all kinds of work. Links between career success strategies and personality type preferences are … [Read more...]

Book Proofs – Errors to Look For


Proofreading doesn’t end with sending the book to the printer. Proofreading the proofs is extremely important to make sure no last minute errors creep in before the final print run. Once the proofs for your book, both text and cover, arrive, you will have already had your book read and re-read and proofread and hopefully edited and proofread by an editor. That doesn’t mean … [Read more...]

Wendy Wallace – Doing Well at Being Sick


What is your most recent book? Doing Well at Being Sick teaches the reader how to live with chronic and acute illness. Part memoir, part handbook, Doing Well addresses everything from practical information like how to tell a “real doctor” from a resident to deeper issues such as how to have hope living with a disease that will never go away. I answer many questions, … [Read more...]

Capture Your Literary Goals


Follow your inner moonlight. -ALLEN GINSBERG Here are three ways to capture your literary goals so they inspire you every day: · Write the ideal review of your book. · Write and design a full-page ad for your book, one that you would like to see in The New York Times Book Review or USA Today. Include quotes from the people you want to give them. · … [Read more...]

Adriana Llames – Career Sudoku: 9 Ways to Win the Job Search Game


What is your most recent book? Tell us a bit about it. My most recent book is Career Sudoku: 9 Ways to Win the Job Search Game. The job search game has definitely changed. In “Career Sudoku” job seekers get well-organized strategies focused on how to beat the competition in today’s high-stakes playing field delivered in 9 easy-to-read and follow ways starting with creating a … [Read more...]

Getting Bloggers to Promote Your Book


Bloggers can be a really picky bunch who don't respond well to pitches from people they don't know. They've spent so much time cultivating their readers, they aren't likely to share that influence lightly. But I have found that once you have a relationship with a blogger, they'll do just about anything in reason to help you. Authors, don't think about using bloggers to … [Read more...]

Jacqueline Williams-Hines – Joshua, That’s Sooo Slimming!


What is your most recent book? Tell us a bit about it. My most recent book is entitled Joshua, That's Sooo Slimming! and it is the third book in my No Small Victories Autism Awareness Children’s book series. The title is actually a play on the word ‘stimming’ which refers to auto-stimulation, a characteristic common to children on the Autism Spectrum. Tell us something … [Read more...]