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Life as a self-published author #3

16 Jan

The Journal Writer's Handbook

The internet is a mind-boggling place with so many different sites that writers can use to connect with their readers, ‘meet’ other writers, write about their topic, share their ideas, and find new channels to market. At a recent writer’s workshop hosted by crime author Jen Hilborne here in Swindon I noted down the URLs of at least 12 different author networking sites. Even for someone fairly technically ‘connected’ this was bordering on the brain-numbing – I dread to think what it was like for those who’d just got their email account up and running.

Technology is moving at a tremendous pace, with new sites springing up every day to help us build – or dilute – our online profile. From my perspective I’m sure there’s more I could be doing but at the moment the most I can manage is
blogging, Facebook, Linked-in, e-mailing and tweeting to get the word out…

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