https://videopress.com/v/tV3kS5mv 🌟 Your instructor, Nishoni Harvey, has authored eight books and now develops aspiring writers into published authors through Authors Aflame. 🌟 She has been teaching English for 13 years with a Bachelors degree in education. 🌟 Now, she wants to teach you how to become an Authority Author to influence and impact the world … Continue reading Guest Post Nishoni Harvey #2 — a very special course!
One of my goals for this year was to revise my writing and publishing advice book, Write for the King of Glory. I've learned a few things since the first edition of this book, and you are the ones to benefit if you want to learn how to make your writing distinctively Christian plus get … Continue reading Writer Alert! Here’s your chance to win a free book!
Nat Davis is an independent contractor for the publishing industry, involved in the process from start to finish. In the beginning, she is the sounding board for ideas; in the end, she helps define a marketing program centered around your needs. While she is ready to offer help where needed, there are a few specific … Continue reading Nat Davis — She’ll Circle the Globe, Scour the Earth — Whatever it takes to get you forward on your publishing journey!
Quite awhile back I posted a blog about my beginning to use Twitter to help promote our books. I am still struggling with writing tweets, and I know many others are, so I wanted to share a few "epiphanies" that have come to me in my struggles. Yes, you have to keep struggling, because Twitter … Continue reading The Further Adventures of a Twitterpated Journey through Social Media by Mary C. Findley
A sweet blog reader was kind enough to say she's been following us for some time now, and likes our writing and content, and also the way we promote our books. She asked about how we publish, and also how we promote, so here, I hope, is an answer to that question. I'm including links … Continue reading Findley Family Video’s Publishing Journey
I have only "discovered" Pinterest within about the last month. Previously, I knew that non-writing friends, especially females, gushed about it. Sometimes I ignore what females gush about because it usually has to do with shopping and I dislike shopping. One friend said she couldn't believe I would be on Pinterest. But several author … Continue reading Pinterest Is My New Interest
I set up a Twitter account awhile back because that was on my promotional "to-do" list. However, I did not really understand what it was for, so I did not use it much. I tweeted our blog posts, and that was pretty much it. My experience with Twitter was somewhat like Alice staring down the … Continue reading Curiouser and Curiouser … An Author’s Adventures in Twitterland