1.  Chloe at Written Word Media shows how to optimise an author’s Facebook page to sell books:

https://www.writtenwordmedia.com/2017/02/02/how-to-optimize-your-facebook-author-page-to-sell-books/?utm_campaign=Author+Email+February+2017+to+Non+Openers+%28CYX8uy%29&utm_medium=email&_ke=c3RldmllQHN0ZXZpZS10dXJuZXItYXV0aG9yLmNvLnVr&utm_source=Non-Openers+February+Author+Email

2.  Antonio Westley tells us of a new social media site:

https://alltheeabove.wordpress.com/2017/03/05/anyone-looking-to-try-a-new-social-media-site-to-promote-content-check-bitlanders-out/

3.  Wendy Unsworth gives us 20 inspiring Pinterest boards for writers:

https://wendyunsworth.wordpress.com/2017/03/04/20-inspiring-pinterest-boards-for-writers/

4.  Janice Wald at Mostly Blogging gives us 5 of the best blog traffic tips:

http://www.mostlyblogging.com/free-blog-traffic/

5.  Thanks to Rachel Poli for these March / April writing contests:

March/April 2017 Writing Contests

6. Thanks to Kyrosmagica for this list of book reviewers and bloggers willing to support the indie author:

https://kyrosmagica.wordpress.com/2017/02/26/authorsbloggers-rainbow-support-club/

7.  Interesting blog from Tara Sparling regarding book pricing:

We Need To Talk About Book Pricing

8.  Thanks to these editing tips on colons and semicolons from Adirondack Editing, via Chris, the Story Reading Ape’s blog:

EDITING 101: 27 – Semicolons…

9.  Informative blog from Live to Write – Write to Live regarding One Note:

https://nhwn.wordpress.com/2017/03/06/onenote-a-tool-for-organizing-lists-tasks-projects-and-more/

10.  Deborah Lee Luskin asks whether writing competitions are valuable:

https://nhwn.wordpress.com/2017/03/07/are-writing-contests-valuable/#comment-66949

11.  Some blogging tips from Hugh’s Views & News:

13 Weeks: 13 Quick Blogging Tips: Week 3: Are You Making This Big Mistake When Creating A Pingback?

Thanks to Don Massenzio, Anita Dawes and Jaye Marie, and Chris, the Story Reading Ape for the re-blogs.

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