Oct 13

Melodee’s Rules for Authors — Number Fifteen

    Number Fifteen Agents Only Care If Your Current Book Sells   Also see Rule Number Fourteen. Just like publishers, traditional agents only care about your current book. That’s all. On the other hand, a representative cares about all of your books—past, current, and future—and about you as a professional in order to reach …

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Oct 11

A Note About the Visitor Counter

  Just a brief note on how the Visitor Counter on my blog works…   First of all, the counter is located at the bottom of the left column and shows three different counts: Today, This Week, and This Month. The software is a little odd in how it counts…   Today is the count …

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Oct 10

THWT Question for 10 OCT 2017

    Here’s the Two Hundred Word Tuesday question for 10 OCT 2017:   How did you come up with the title for your very first book?   Keep Loving!    

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Oct 06

Melodee’s Rules for Authors — Number Fourteen

    Number Fourteen Publishers Do Not Care If You Succeed   This is a sad fact of the publishing industry. What the publishers care about—and the ONLY thing they care about—is if your latest release succeeds. There are a few publishers who worry about your backlist sales success (see Rule Number Seven) because backlist …

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Oct 03

THWT Question for 03 OCT 2017

    The first Two Hundred Word Tuesday question for October 2017 is:   What is the funniest joke or prank you’ve ever played on your significant other?   Keep Loving!    

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Sep 29

Melodee’s Rules for Authors — Number Thirteen

    Number Thirteen Your Great New Title Is Already Taken   Titles are a problem for all authors. You want a title that will say something about the story and catch the potential buyer’s attention. Sometimes, that’s hard to do and most of us struggle as much with the title as we do with …

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Sep 26

THWT Question for 26 SEP 2017

    The Two Hundred Word Tuesday question for 26 SEP 2017 is:   What one thing triggers writer’s block in you the fastest?   Keep Loving!    

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Sep 22

Melodee’s Rules for Authors — Number Twelve

    Number Twelve As Soon As A Book Is Released, You Will Find 100+ Editing Errors   Murphy’s Law: If anything can go wrong, it will. O’Toole’s Corollary: Murphy was an optimist.   Yes, Murphy is alive and well. He works in the publishing business. Just a couple of my own experiences in this …

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Sep 19

THWT Question for 19 SEP 2017

    Here’s the Two Hundred Word Tuesday question for 19 SEP 2017:   Are there any teachers you particularly disliked in school?   Keep Loving!    

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Sep 15

Melodee’s Rules for Authors — Number Eleven

    Number Eleven Most Promo Companies Only Promote Themselves   This is not aimed at all promotional companies…just most of them. It is also not aimed at any particular company or companies…just general observations and comments. What is it that most of the promotional companies do? In a nutshell, they send out notices about …

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