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How Millionaires Approach Social Media – By Jaime Tardy – For Problogger –

3 (more) Business Blogging Tips for Beginners – By Laura – Success Works –

YA novel readers clash with publishing establishment – By Julie Bertagna – the guardian –

Author Blogging 101: Video Interview Tool & Tips – By Joel Friedlander – The Book Designer –

“A Hero Reborn” flies onto bookshelves – by Amanda Rossetti – The Temple News –

Do You Write When You’re Not Inspired? – By Joe Bunting – The Write Practice –

Author shares enthusiasm for writing – By Gary Pullano – Holland Sentinel –

Tim O’Reilly: Why I’m fighting SOPA – By Colleen Taylor – Gigaom –

Twitter shutting down for SOPA? That’s just “foolish,” CEO says – By Don Reisinger – C/net –

Waterstone’s drops name apostrophe – By BBC News –

3 Content Marketing Ideas You Should Steal from Coca Cola – By Sonia Simone – Copyblogger –

Finding Truth in Fiction: The Power of Creative Storytelling – By Max Andrew Dubinsky – For Jeff Goins –

Why Isn’t Literary Fiction Getting More Attention – By April Line – For Jan Friedman –

Why You’re a Better Writer Than I Am – But I Still Earn More – By  Carol – Make a Living Writing –


Quote(s) of the Day

“Great writing should appear to the reader effortless but is to the writer often painstaking and grueling.” – Alandra CL

“It is only when you open your veins and bleed onto the page a little that you establish contact with your reader.  If you do not believe in the characters or the story you are doing at that moment with all your mind, strength, and will, if you don’t feel joy and excitement while writing it, then you’re wasting good white paper, even if it sells, because there are other ways in which a writer can bring in the rent money besides writing bad or phony stories.”   – Paul Gallico

“Good writers touch life often. Mediocre ones run a quick hand over her. The bad ones rape her and leave her for the flies.” – Ray Bradbury