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Kristen Lamb

Author, Blogger, Social Media Jedi

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About

Kristen Lamb is the author of the new best-selling book, “Rise of the Machines–Human Authors in a Digital World” in addition to the #1 best-selling books “We Are Not Alone–The Writer’s Guide to Social Media” and “Are You There, Blog? It’s Me, Writer.”

She has now returned to her first love, fiction and her debut mystery thriller, The Devil’s Dance is positive proof she watches way more Discovery ID than is probably healthy.

Kristen worked in international sales before transitioning into a career as an author, freelance editor, and speaker. She takes her experience in sales & promotion and merges it with more than fifteen years as a writer and editor to create a program designed to help authors construct a platform in the new paradigm of publishing. Kristen has helped tens of thousands of writers find success using social media. Her methods are responsible for selling millions of books. She has helped all levels of writers from mega authors to self-published unknowns attain amazing results.

Kristen is the founder of the WANA movement, the owner and operator of WANA International a company dedicated to educating authors of the Digital Age. She’s also the creator of WANATribe, the social network for creatives. Kristen has dedicated her life to helping writers and artists reach their dreams and achieve the impossible.

We Are Not Alone

Cait Reynolds is a USA Today Bestselling Author and lives in Boston area with her husband and her dog, Denny Basenji, who is bent on wold domination.

She is the author of the YA mythology romance Downcast and the historical romance of Angel Hands. She also has a few spicier reads to her credit, but you’ll have to go here to learn more about them.

She discovered her passion for writing early and has bugged her family and friends with it ever since. She likes history, science, Jack Daniels, jewelry, pasta, and solitude. Not all at the same time. When she isn’t enjoying the rooftop deck that brings her closer to the stars, she writes.

She also happens to be a part-time unicorn who loves writing book blurbs and consulting on the nitpicky details of world-building.