1.  Florence Osmund gives advice on publishing a novel:

https://www.thebookdesigner.com/2017/01/get-ready-get-set-go-publish-that-novel/

2.  D.E Haggerty asks ‘How easy is your site/blog to navigate?’

https://dehaggerty.wordpress.com/2017/02/06/bloggers-how-easy-is-your-siteblog-to-navigate-mondayblogs-blogging/

3.  Joanna Penn gives advice on using Instagram as an author:

http://www.thecreativepenn.com/2017/01/07/instagram/

4.  Notes From an Alien (via Chris, the Story Reading Ape’s blog) tells us some exciting news regarding Smashwords:

Libraries Win Again; And, So Do Writers . . .

5.  Advice from Lynette Noni on how to get a book published:

How Do I Get My Book Published?

6.  Thanks to Jack London (via Chris, the Story Reading Ape) for these tips on ending book chapters: 

4 Ideas for Ending Book Chapters So Readers Will Kill to Know What Happens Next

7.  D.E Haggerty asks ‘Should you do a marketing push instead of a blog tour?’:

https://dehaggerty.wordpress.com/2017/02/08/should-you-do-a-marketing-push-instead-of-a-blog-tour-writerwednesday-authormarketing/

8.  Thanks to Marilyn L. Davis on Two Drops of Ink for this promotional opportunity:

The Book Shelf is Missing Your Book!

9.  Justine Alley Dowsett on The Eternal Scribbler advises us why writers should also be readers:

https://theeternalscribbler.wordpress.com/2017/02/07/guest-post-why-writers-should-also-be-readers/

10.  Timothy Pike at What Inspires Your Writing tells us about the 10,000 word writing challenge:

https://whatinspiresyourwriting.wordpress.com/2017/02/03/dont-make-this-mistake-when-writing-a-novel-this-10000-word-writing-challenge-can-help/

11.  Beem Weeks at The Indie Spot asks whether indie authors should seek reviews from traditional mainstream sources:

https://beemweeks.wordpress.com/2014/10/06/feeling-dissed-by-mainstream-reviewers/comment-page-1/#comment-1750

12.  Glinda Harrison on the EBook Evangelist tells us of a new Goodreads feature:

Goodreads adds rereading feature

Thanks to Chris, the Story Reading Ape, Don Massenzio, The Kings Kid Chronicles, Anita Dawes and Jaye Marie, and How To Ebook for the re-blogs.

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