SOOP on Saturdays: Special Shout Out for “Stolen” Getting Votes in June

When the stats about the top 10 book ideas getting votes for June came through my Inbox, I thought “It’s too bad there’s not another blog scheduled until next week.”  And then I went through a whole series of mental machinations about whether  to write a one-off blog or just tweet a single congrats or ask […]

Wednesdays are for Writers: interview draws worldwide attention

As we celebrate freedom on July 1st (Canada Day) and July 4th (American Independence Day), we acknowledge the work of author Aleksandar Veljic, who was recently interviewed by Kathy Reinhart. Last week’s interview with author Aleksandar Veljic has drawn unprecedented worldwide attention.  The most-viewed interview Kathy Reinhart ever published on Ink Drop Interviews (http://inkdropinterviews.com/2015/06/22/aleksandar-veljic/) garnered over […]

The Easiest Way to Get Votes: Part Four

  Hopefully you all have taken advantage of Part Three of this series and have experimented with Tweepi a bit and have just gained tons of great Twitter followers! If you have, you likely have realized the harsh reality of Twitter. No matter how good of people you follow, there will always be those who […]

SOOP on Saturday: Top 20 popular book ideas for June 27, 2015

Greetings once again. The summer season moves steadily onward into a week of national celebrations (July 1st in Canada and July 4th in the USA). I hope you’ll all have a good time and pause to celebrate in your own way for the freedoms we all enjoy.  Speaking of freedoms, author Aleksander Veljic wrote about […]

Writers on Wednesday: Eric Mondschein’s Author-Driven Marketing JourneyContinues

Author-driven marketing is a process, and at times it feels like a never-ending process. As I have said before, I keep posting daily to my Facebook page, Twitter (I now have over 7,550 followers) and LinkedIn accounts, and I try to post at least once a month to my website. At times it can be […]

The Easiest Way to Get Votes: Part Three

Last week, as you guys hopefully remember, we looked at how an author can bring in followers to her Twitter account relatively easily via four different but connected means. As a review, we basically stated that the easiest way to gain followers is to follow folks who will be interested in you, your account, or […]

SOOP on Saturdays: new book ideas for June 20, 2015

The SOOP is sizzling, people! For an appetizer, stick around for some great news about our menu of upcoming blogs. Main course: Here are our new book ideas for June 20th, 2015, in the order they appeared: Comfortable in My Skin by Teri Spraggins (Literature & Fiction) Book of Sigils by William VanBeek (Religion & Spirituality) The Phoenix […]

The Easiest Way to Get Votes: Part Two

So last week we looked at what you need to do in order to create for yourself a good Twitter account. We saw that your avatar needs to look professional, that your bio should be interesting and as non-generic as possible, that your header should reflect your personality or the mood of your book, that […]

SOOP on Saturdays: Top 20 popular book ideas for June 13, 2015

Well greetings SOOP-er people! How’s life? Did you get rained on this week? Don’t let it dampen your enthusiasm for writing, blogging, tweeting and generally sharing life and your love of the written word – YOUR written word – with as wide an audience as you can muster. Some people have done that very well […]

The Easiest Way to Get Votes: Part One

  As a writer hoping to be published with SOOP, you know that you need to get votes, but how do you get them once people like your mother, your spouse (whom you had to bribe), and that crazy uncle that had to be told eight times how to do it have voted? It’s actually […]

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