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How To Spot and Avoid Creative Burnout New!

Whilst it is important to lead a productive life, there comes a time for us all when our energy levels are dangerously depleted and are in serious need of recharging. There are many reasons for you to experience burnout. Certain people can demand too much of your time and energy; if you are going...

Enliven your Social Media Experience with these Simple Tips

Given the place of social media in our world today, it is accurate to say that it has revolutionized almost every sector of our lives, especially how we communicate, which is a great component of our social lives. There are many ways that authors can...

What is the Erotic Readers and Writers Association?

This is an online community of people who are interested in the many-faceted erotic scene and have been opening their portals since 1996. If you are a writer who wishes to explore this genre and are looking for submissions, this could be the place to...

How To Turn a First-Time Reader into a Social Media Follower

Those who buy your books fall into two categories – the real fans, who buy up everything you release and the first-timers. Some first-timers will immerse themselves thoroughly in your book, fall in love with your characters, live the plot and then its all over....

7 Social Media Rules Authors Must Follow – Part 2

So far we have concentrated mainly on engaging with your followers or fans and maintaining consistency.  Now we’ll look at positivity, drawing a line and having fun. Rule 5 – Keep it Positive Never ever get drawn into arguments on any of your social media accounts – you...

7 Social Media Rules Authors Must Follow – Part 1

Social media sites are fantastic platforms for authors and for readers to interact with one another and, let’s face it, there are plenty of these sites to choose from. Your followers connect with you to show their support but they also expect to see something...

How To Get More Out of Your Social Media Followers - Part 2

The ‘Interested But A Bit Lazy’ Lazy might not be the best choice of word; they aren’t lazy people and they do read your posts; they just don’t do anything more. They don’t engage with you by liking your posts, commenting, sharing them, or anything. They...

Getting More From Your Social Media Followers - Part 1

Whether you are a well-published or a newly-published author, you will want your followers on your social media accounts to be more engaged. Some people never get one like on Facebook or one retweet on Twitter while others will become incredibly frustrated; they spent months...

How To Get Reviews When You’re Just Starting Out - Part 2

Let’s continue with finding the right people to review your book. Step Three – Reach out to the people on your list, you should have a few on there by now. Send them an email or message, introducing yourself and asking them if they would mind...

How To Get Reviews When You’re Just Starting Out – Part 1

So you’ve written a fantastic book, a true masterpiece, even if you do say so yourself. It’s flying off the shelves on Amazon or any other online store you have it with and the public is loving it. But there aren’t any reviews for it...