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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Learn how to meet deadlines and how NOT to behave on social media via @novelpublicity

Greetings dear newsletter subscribers:

We've had a great week on the blog from learning to manage deadlines to learning what not to do on social media. We also explore the elements that define the literary fiction genre and how to tell if you've written lit fic.

If you missed our karmic fan chain on GoodReads last week, join us today! Participants received over 50 new fans each last week. It was truly spectacular. So hop on over to our blog to read the rules and then join the grand event on GoodReads.

Now... It's time to novelize, 

Novel Publicity, LLC

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Jan 25, 2012 08:05 am | Emlyn Chand

This is a post by Novel Publicity President, Emlyn Chand Why are authors of literary fiction so hesitant to admit it? Is it because they think identifying their work as literary seems haughty? Is it because they think it won't sell? Or is it simply because they don't know how to identify the genre? I ...

Jan 24, 2012 07:25 am | Emlyn Chand

This is a post by Pavarti K. Tyler I've been greatly annoyed lately by social media. Sometimes it feels like more of a burden than an opportunity, and I've been struggling to figure out why. What is it that makes me so insane sometimes when I log into Twitter/Facebook/Ning/Blogs? So much so that part of ...

Jan 23, 2012 08:01 am | Emlyn Chand

This is a guest post by Sarah Butland Deadlines can be a writer's worst nightmare when it comes to submitting to contests, to an agent, or even to a blog. If they keep you up at night writing, thinking, plotting, and worrying, you're not doing your best; if they hide under your bed, watch you ...

Jan 22, 2012 03:55 pm | Emlyn Chand

Our most recent twitterviewee was @organicseternal. He runs a literary magazine, which specializes in the fantasy and romance genres; it's called Organics Eternal. To learn about how a twitterview works, to read past twitterviews, or to find out how you can have your work featured in our promotional twitterview series, please visit this link:http://www.novelpublicity.com/twitterviews/  

Jan 19, 2012 06:00 am | Emlyn Chand

This is a post by Nanci Arvizu As a host on a radio show where I interview authors about their work, I've interviewed authors of many different genres, from business to science fiction to romance to health. I've talked with people who live in the same state as I do and others as far away ...

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