1.  Thanks to Michael Dellert for this overview of re-writing:

https://mdellert.wordpress.com/2016/12/08/rewriting-an-overview-of-the-process/

2.  Jean M.  Cogdell gives us this advice regarding keywords and tags:

How to find the best keywords and tags

3.  Jason Matthews asks “Should you buy an ISBN?”

https://ebooksuccess4free.wordpress.com/2016/12/08/should-you-buy-an-isbn/

4.  Thanks to Rachel Rueben for this list of cheap book advertisers:

Cheap Book Advertising for Indie Authors

5.  Ruth Nestvold gives us the advantages and disadvantages of self-publishing:

https://ruthnestvold.wordpress.com/2016/12/05/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-self-publishing/

6.  Author Derek Fell, L.C.W Allingham’s guest blogger, gives us these 10 rules about writing great fiction:

https://lcwallingham.wordpress.com/2016/12/12/author-derek-fell-on-10-rules-writing-great-fiction/

7.  Indies Unlimited give us 6 over-used phrases, and what they reveal about your writing:

http://www.indiesunlimited.com/2016/12/12/6-overused-phrases-and-what-they-reveal-about-your-writing/

8.  David Snape invites guest bloggers:

Want to be a guest writer? 

9.  Thanks to Nicholas C. Rossis for this one on CreateSpace versus Ingram Sparks:

https://nicholasrossis.wordpress.com/2016/12/12/create-vs-ingram-sparks-choosing-the-best-printer-service-for-your-books/

10.  Aerogramme Writers’ Studio gives us these short story contests for 2017:

http://www.aerogrammestudio.com/2016/12/13/short-story-contests-2017/

11.  Nina Olivar from The Millionaire’s Digest gives these 4 tips on having a good website:

https://millionairesdigest.wordpress.com/2016/12/14/4-tips-to-have-a-good-website/

12.  Last but not least I have to thank Lucy V. Hay for mentioning my suspense novel ‘A House Without Windows’ in her blog:

http://www.lucyvhayauthor.com/best-of-3-indie-crime-fiction/

Thanks to Archer’s Aim, Writer’s Treasure Chest,  Chris, the Story Reading Ape, Antonio Westley, AllTheAbove, and Don Massenzio for the re-blogs.

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