1.  Thanks to John Kremer for these venues for authors to speak and present:

http://bookmarketingbestsellers.com/hundreds-of-places-for-authors-to-speak-and-present/

2.  Julie C. Dao gives some advice on what to do if an agent or editor is interested in your book:

http://www.publishingcrawl.com/2018/01/26/an-agent-or-editor-is-interested-what-next/

3.  Derek Haines gives some info on book pricing:

https://justpublishingadvice.com/amazon-ebook-pricing-strategy-for-kindle-unlimited/

4.  Thanks to Ryan Lanz at A Writer’s Path for sharing this info from B&N Press:

Barnes & Noble Announces B&N Press, an Enhanced Self-Publishing Suite

5.  Thanks to Sacha Black for these 7 lessons she wished she’d learned before she started writing:

https://sachablack.wordpress.com/2016/05/23/7-lessons-i-wish-someone-had-taught-me-before-i-started-writing/

6.  I’m still waiting to hear about my screenplay.  Perhaps I’d better read this from ‘Screencraft’:

5 Questions Screenwriters Should Be Ready to Answer 

7.  Thanks to Joan Hall for this blog on spell-checking:

Spell Check ~ Best Friend or Worse Enemy

8.  Thanks to The Uncensored Writer for these cons of traditional publishing:

https://theuncensoredwriter.wordpress.com/2018/01/29/the-cons-of-traditional-publishing/

9. Want to submit to the Crossways magazine?  Here’s how:

New Lit Magazine: Call for Submissions!

10.  Thanks to Shawn Robinson for this info on how to re-blog without a re-blog button:

http://www.shawnpbrobinson.com/how-to-re-blog-without-a-re-blog-button/

11.  MaBeautility gives 31 blogging tips:

https://mabeautility.wordpress.com/2018/01/31/highly-requested-blogging-tips/

12.  Thanks to Erica Verrillo for these 53 free writing contests for February:

Check out these blogging tips!

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