Now comes a free web app, Readlist, which helps you gather your favorite internet posts and save them in a handy Ebook format so they never disappear, but one of the coolest features is the ability to send out a public link to your friends and collaborators so they can add sources as well.
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Joe Konrath, kind of self-publishing, has a blog post on why self-publishing is beneficial for authors. Of course, this model might not work for everyone, but he makes an interesting case for it. Click here for details.
I’ve created two groups on Facebook:
Recommendation for Readers
Feel free to post information about your own book, but only once please.
If you’ve read a book you feel deserves wider audience, please post.
I’ve started off with Bob Sanchez’s When Pigs Fly.
Resource For Writers where you may post:
a. Tips for writers
b. Resource of use to writers – editors, kindle formatters, writing opportunities etc
I’ve started off with information about a book cover designer.
The Grand Canyon Association is currently looking for book proposals related to the Grand Canyon from authors. Please e-mail Tod at firstname.lastname@example.org for book proposal submission guidelines.
People on the Novels group of the Internet Writing Workshop are most likely sick of my obsession with genres , but it is really important to know which slot your book fits in. Agent Query has a great article on this, and they also list more resources. Well worth the time to check it out. Click here for details.
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