Free download of Writing Tools 26 Tips on How to Improve Your Writing is available
If you follow this blog, you know that in April I took part in the #AtoZChallenge through blogchatter.com. One of the benefits of using blogchatter as a platform was the opportunity to turn my blogs into an ebook, Writing Tools 26 Tips on How to Improve Your Writing, and have them market it on their website as a FREE download.
Blogchatter has thirty-five books from AtoZ blogs currently available. Find them here. Download my book here.
AtoZ blog mentioned in HuffPost article
For a month-long project, I’m still feeling the effects of my work. An unexpected bonus came today, when a proofreading tip I used in “R” is for Revise Your Rough Draft blog was mentioned in a HuffPost article, written by a fellow AtoZChallenge author.
I’m a little stoked!
FREE ebooks are varied to match your reading taste
As part of the free marketing exchange on blogchatter (considerable, especially on Twitter), I’ve agreed to read and market three books. Future blog posts will include at least three book reviews. (I’ve selected more, but don’t know if I’ll have time by the June 23rd deadline).
I’m currently reading The Power Within, a collection of essays. I’ll have my review up next week (I’m visiting family, so my regularly scheduled blog posts, heck, my regularly scheduled schedule is out of whack).
If essays aren’t your game, how about parenting advice? Or delicious recipes? Or poetry? The ebooks published by the blogchatter group are diverse enough to meet any reader’s taste. There’s a little something for everyone, and I urge you to scroll through the offerings and download a few. Did I mention they’re FREE?
Limited Offer, Act Now!
By the end of July, the right to publish reverts back to the original authors, and the ebooks will no longer be available as a FREE download. I plan on sending Writing Tools 26 Tips on How to Improve Your Writing to Amazon and other distributors to join another of my non-fiction writing advice books, The Plot Thickens, 21 Ways to Plot Your Novel.
In fact, working on Writing Tools 26 Tips on How to Improve Your Writing has inspired me to reformat The Plot Thickens, adding images and a new cover that will compliment what I’ve used on Writing Tools 26 Tips on How to Improve Your Writing.
In double fact, I’ve decided to add several other non-fiction writing advice books to my brand. I’ll cull some from past posts, write original material, or combine both. Subscribers to my newsletter will get a FREE preview, so ***sign up below.****
As always, I appreciate your time and interest.
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