1.  Thanks to Karen Dowdall for these 10 ways that first time writers can get noticed on social media:

10 Ways First-Time Writers Can Get Noticed on Social Media

2. Find out what G.L Cromarty has learned by publishing a book:

What I learned by publishing a book. #writing #books #publishing #amwriting

3.  Thanks to Deborah Jay for this info on the Indie Author Fringe Event:

Are you attending the #IndieAuthorFringe event? 18th March #writers #authors

4.  Have you read Jemima Pett’s guest post on Chris, the Story Reading Ape’s blog regarding Camp NaNoWriMo?

Are you up for a Challenge? Part 2 – Guest Post by Jemima Pett…

5.  Thanks to D.E Haggerty for this tip on adding a site icon to your WordPress blog:


6.  Thanks to Chris, the Story Reading Ape for this info on how to make a ‘sticky’ WordPress post:

How To: Make a WordPress Sticky Post…

7.  Have you been interviewed?  Dan Alatorre asks you to share a recent interview:

Been interviewed? Post the link!

8.  Thanks to Richard Ankers for these writing tools for the professional writer:


9.  Guest author Julianne Q. Johnson on ‘A Writer’s Path’ tells us about writing to market:

Writing to Market – What Does It Mean?

10.  Lizzie Chantree tells us of some good free book promotion sites:

Running a free book promotion

11.  Janice Wald gives 6 tips for increasing blog traffic:


12.  Jo Blakeley tells us of 5 things she wished she’d known before publishing a book:

5 Things I Wish I’d Known Before I’d Published by Jo Blakeley @theblissexpert

13.  D.E Haggerty writes about how to do an author interview:


14.  Joanne Tracey informs us how to seek permission to use song lyrics:

How to seek permission to use song lyrics – and why you should…

Thanks to Don Massenzio, Anita Dawes & Jaye Marie, and Kim’s Author Support Blog for the re-blogs.