1.  Thanks to Anne Allen for this info on what makes a good author bio:

http://annerallen.com/your-author-bio-does-it-help-your-book-sales-or-stop-them-dead/

2.  Kathryn on ‘A Writer’s Path’ gives advice on writer’s block:

6 Ways to Transition Out of Writer’s Block

3.  Nicholas C. Rossis talks about scaling up Amazon ads:

https://nicholasrossis.wordpress.com/2017/03/18/scaling-up-my-amazon-ads/

4.  Marsha Ingrao gives advice on how to write a top book review:

http://marshajustwrites.com/write-top-book-review/

5. D.E Haggerty tells it like it is about blogging:

https://dehaggerty.wordpress.com/2017/03/20/the-truth-about-blogging-no-one-tells-you-mondayblogs-blogging-amwriting/comment-page-1/#comment-816

6.  Melissa Bowersock at Indies Unlimited advises us regarding back matter:

http://www.indiesunlimited.com/2017/03/20/back-matter-in-your-book/#more-70528

7.  Gem Stone talks us through how to build a mailing list:

https://gemstoneauthor.wordpress.com/2017/03/19/how-to-build-a-mailing-list-2/

8.  Great idea from Damyanti at The Daily Write:

http://www.damyantiwrites.com/2017/03/08/announcing-we-are-the-world-blogfest-watwb/

9.  Liz Long advises us on how to pitch to magazines:

How to Properly Pitch to Magazines

10.  Anne R. Allen asks “What should an author blog about?”

http://annerallen.com/your-author-blog-what-should-an-author-blog-about/

11.  Thanks to Martin Crosbie for this blog regarding whether e book sales are dead:

http://www.indiesunlimited.com/2017/03/21/ebook-sales-are-dead-connecting-with-readers/#more-70546

12.  Kate M. Colby, guest writer on ‘A Writer’s Path’, writes about finding the best book cover:

How to Get a Great Cover Design for Your Self-Published Book

13. Loretta Ellsworth, guest writer on ‘Writer’s Digest’, informs us how to overcome rejection by 200 literary agents:

http://www.writersdigest.com/editor-blogs/guide-to-literary-agents/overcome-rejection-200-literary-agents-still-land-book-deal?utm_source=WIR&utm_campaign=wir-nl-bak-170321&utm_content=930259_EDT_WD170321&utm_medium=email

Thanks to D.G Kaye, Don Massenzio, Chris, the Story Reading Ape, and Kim’s Author Support Blog for the re-blogs.

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