The 3 Online Profiles Every Author Must Have (and They’re Not Facebook or Twitter)

More Important Than Your Profiles Writing well is the most important thing. You have to write good books. Where you publicize and promote those words won’t matter if your books can’t stand on their own. If you have nothing yours to say, and to say well, then work on your craft and your experiences first. But once your book is strong, and you’ve built your author website and blog (No,...
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Social Media for Authors

It’s All Fiction I help fiction writers do social media. Some of my clients are novelists; many are political candidates—and all have stories to tell, stories that need audiences. These days, writers augment their audience-finding process with social media. (At least, all the cool kids do.) But for the most part my clients would rather not be spending time on social sites at all, much less...
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Press Release Edit: Cavium Networks

This revision turned technical mumbling into PR-worthy prose.


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Bio: “It’s a keeper!”

“Beautiful, Glenn! Wow–I feel very connected to the Bio. It’s a keeper! Sooo Happy!”


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Delivering on a Promise (Advertorial)

Treading the delicate line between shill and advocate.


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CSCA Brochure

The best education in town, and it’s free.


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