7 Easy-to-Miss Habits of a Successful Voice Actor

Isn’t it funny the stuff you pick up from your acting assignments sometimes?My inspiration for this blog article actually came from an E-Learning module I was

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June iBooks Giveaway! —

This is one heck of a multi-author event! Each participating author is giving away an iBook a day throughout the month of June! I’ll choose one winner a day through June 30, 2016. Winners will receive on free digital iBook copy Isle of the Blessed. The winners will be chosen from comments section here, on my Facebook author […]

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This Week in Links: May 30 – June 3

Audiobook Creation Exchange Blog (ACX)

For Rights Holders:

How Successful Authors Use Social Media: 23 Content Ideas – via BookBub – Get a range of tactics for promoting yourself and your titles on the most popular social platforms.

The Author’s Guide to Book Marketing: Part 1 – via Digital Book World – Can you answer the basic questions of book marketing: who are your readers, and how do you reach them?

5 Ways That Authors Can Use Facebook Advertising – via Joanna Penn – Get Joanna’s five-step plan to using the popular social network to promote your titles.

Making the Most of E-Mail Marketing – via Publishers Weekly – Separating your email communications into two different audiences can improve your results.

For Producers:

When Your ‘Pickups’ Don’t Match The Original Recording – via Voice-Over Xtra – Get tips for ensuring your corrections sound like your original recording.

Should You Start a YouTube Channel for a…

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This Week in Links: May 30 – June 3

Audiobook Creation Exchange Blog (ACX)

For Rights Holders:

How Successful Authors Use Social Media: 23 Content Ideas – via BookBub – Get a range of tactics for promoting yourself and your titles on the most popular social platforms.

The Author’s Guide to Book Marketing: Part 1 – via Digital Book World – Can you answer the basic questions of book marketing: who are your readers, and how do you reach them?

5 Ways That Authors Can Use Facebook Advertising – via Joanna Penn – Get Joanna’s five-step plan to using the popular social network to promote your titles.

Making the Most of E-Mail Marketing – via Publishers Weekly – Separating your email communications into two different audiences can improve your results.

For Producers:

When Your ‘Pickups’ Don’t Match The Original Recording – via Voice-Over Xtra – Get tips for ensuring your corrections sound like your original recording.

Should You Start a YouTube Channel for a…

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USA Today bestselling author Kathryn Le Veque on “I Type-O, do you?”

I highly recommend Rand Editorial Services for all your editing needs. Author Violetta Rand has a great post with the one and only Kathryn Le Veque. You can find both of these authors on Amazon.

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I’m so honored to be the first guest on Violetta’s new blog! I think what makes this blog a little different – and fun – is that it’s really about the bare bones of writing. Every house has a frame, right? Well, learning how to write – and how to utilize the English language – is the framework of any book. Without it, everything will collapse.
Here’s a question I get asked – do I have any particular hang-ups as a writer? Does one thing stump me more than another? Do I have any lazy pitfalls? The answer is yes, yes, and YES. Ask my editor!  Just so you know that even the best of us are human, too, let me tell you that every published writer – from the newbies to the popular – will have a particular pitfall or hang up, so don’t think you’re a wash-out as…

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