Tag: blogging

Plagiarism and Terrell Mims–A Chronic Case of EPIC Stupid

I tend to be a Naive Nell. I feel one of my best qualities is I see the best in everyone. What’s my greatest weakness? I see the best in everyone. I also like to give new people opportunities. I know that without people like Candy Havens, Bob Mayer, Les Edgerton, James Scott Bell, Agent …

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The Most Powerful Social Media Tool for Building an Author Platform-Part 3

Taking time to connect with people. Connecting to them with words. Making others feel. In the end, that’s all social media and blogging are about. Part One and Part Two of this post began the discussion about why blogs are probably THE BEST use of an author’s time when it comes to building an author …

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Want to Be a Successful Author? Burn Your Ships

Kristen Lamb, WANA, Author Kristen Lamb

Want to be a professional author? A successful professional author? To become more than what others are, we must be willing to do what others won’t. We must go where they fear to tread. We must burn our ships. When Alexander the Great arrived on the shores of Persia, his forces were hopelessly outnumbered, and yet he …

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