1.  Teagan Berry on ‘A Writer’s Path’ writes about the benefits of Pinterest for authors:

Why Pinterest May Be The Greatest Website For Writers

2. Gary Smailes at Bubblecow shows how a novel gets made into a film.

https://bubblecow.com/blog/how-to-get-your-novel-made-into-a-film

3.  Thanks to Caleb Clayton at Indies Unlimited for this book formatting info:

http://www.indiesunlimited.com/2017/06/26/our-new-book-formatting-resource-page/

4.  Here’s 7 book launch lessons from Sacha Black:

http://sachablack.co.uk/2017/06/26/7-book-launch-lessons-book-marketing-mindset/

5.  S.T Sanchez on A Writer’s Path gives 5 tips for new writers:

5 tips for New Writers

6.  Carrie Rubin tells us why she probably won’t be running another Goodreads Giveaway:

Why I’ll Never Run Another Goodreads Giveaway Again … Probably … Maybe

7.  Kendra Elliot on Writer’s Digest gives 6 ways to improve your romantic thriller:

http://www.writersdigest.com/online-editor/6-ways-improve-romantic-thriller-novel?utm_source=wir&utm_campaign=wir-nl-bak&utm_content=953189_EDT_WD170627&utm_medium=email

8.  Alison Maruska asks whether female authors should use initials rather than their full name:

Do Women Authors Benefit From Using Initials?

9.  Some writing tips on filter words by Kathy Steinemann on D.G Kaye’s blog:

https://dgkayewriter.com/filter-words-phrases-avoid-writing-fiction/

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

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