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1.  Blonde Write More gives us 12 difficult things that writers need to accept:

12 Difficult Things You Need To Accept About Being A Writer #AmWriting #Writer

2.  Here’s a good one from Indies Unlimited if you’re looking for reviews for a new book:

http://www.indiesunlimited.com/2017/01/13/lack-book-reviews-but-want-to-advertise-this-article-is-for-you/

3.  Thanks to BookTown for these 518 hashtags for writers:

http://booktown-usa.blogspot.co.uk/2016/10/518-hastags-to-help-any-writer-step-up.html

4.  Thanks to Blonde Write More for these 7 reasons why a writer is like a phoenix:

7 Reasons Why a Writer is Like a Phoenix #SundayBlogShare #AmWriting #Writer

5.  Jason Matthews at How  to Make, Market and Sell EBooks gives info about book copyrighting:

https://ebooksuccess4free.wordpress.com/2017/01/05/do-i-need-to-copyright-my-book/

6.  Thanks to this guest post on the BookWorks site by Joan Stewart, who tells us of the importance of contact info:

https://www.bookworks.com/2016/12/missing-contact-information-is-killing-your-book-sales/

7.  Indies Unlimited tell us about the John Gardner Fiction Award (US only):

http://www.indiesunlimited.com/2017/01/16/the-john-gardner-fiction-award-3/

8.  Michael Cristiano tells us of 5 mistakes that authors make on social media:

5 Mistakes Authors Make on Social Media

9.  Thanks to Frank Parker for this warning to all authors:

https://wordpress.com/read/blogs/12763629/posts/1244

10.  Thanks to Lousy Writer / Chris, the Story Reading Ape for this infographic on how to use the colon:

10 Rules How & When to use the Colon – Infographic…

Thanks to Kim’s Author Support Blog, Chris, the Story Reading Ape, A Writer’s Path,  Don Massenzio, How to Ebook, Anita Dawes & Jaye Marie,  for the re-blogs.

 

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