Author: Lynneklippel

Author: Lynneklippel

Writing a Controversial and Important Book
March 15, 2013 Uncategorized Lynneklippel

In this week’s edition of AuthorSalon.tv, I interview Anita Finlay who wrote a controversial and important book about women in politics. This interview is important for many reasons including how to write a controversial book that people will respect. Anita has a fascinating author’s journey. Hear her story at: http://authorsalon.tv/anita-finlay-an-important-book-for-all/

Testimonial Envy!
March 11, 2013 Book Marketing,Publishing Lynneklippel

When I received Your Ultimate Life Plan by Dr Jennifer Howard,I was amazed at the testimonials she garnered from top authors in many genres. In this week’s AuthorSalon.tv episode, Jennifer reveals how she scored those important endorsements as well as other important platform building tips you can use. To Enjoy this fresh interview to to
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5 Must-Read Books for Authors
March 11, 2013 Author Inspiration,Writing Lynneklippel

Great writers read. There is something about dipping into the written word that inspires you to write more powerfully. Whether you are writing a blog, a digital book, a home study course, or a full length book, the power of your writing will be enhanced as you observe the way that other writers use language.
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Writing Life Magazine- The Future of Publishing?
March 4, 2013 Book Marketing,Publishing Lynneklippel

Click to view Writing Life Magazine on GLOSSI.COM   Is this the future of publishing? Check out the multi-media format, the ability to use video, audio, and images to bring new life to your text. Savvy authors will already be imaging how to use this format for sample chapters, book trailers, and other ways to
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SEO for Authors- Guest Post by Penny Sanseveri
March 1, 2013 Book Marketing Lynneklippel

Feature Article: The Death of SEO? How to Build an Online Presence Google will Love! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ With all the changes to Google many Internet gurus have predicted the end of SEO. Well, it’s not the end per se, but rather a change from the way we used to market online. The reason Google is making
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Author Salon TV Launches Today
January 25, 2013 Author Inspiration,Writing Lynneklippel

What would you do if you had something that you were deeply ashamed of and could not figure out why it kept happening? If you were like Colette Baron-Reid, you’d start studying yourself to find out why this problem kept occurring, see if anyone else had a similar issue, and the devote yourself to finding
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50 Shades of….. Book Buyers
January 9, 2013 Uncategorized Lynneklippel

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the last few months, you’ve probably heard of 50 Shades of Grey- a very adult novel series that has sold millions of copies and spawned many parodies, include 50 Shades of Gravy. What made that series so popular? It wasn’t great writing or a unique plot twist.
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Looking Back and Looking Ahead: 2013 Trends
December 28, 2012 Author Income Streams,Author Inspiration Lynneklippel

I get nostalgic during this quiet week between holidays. Its fun to look back to see all the changes that have occurred and then to look forward into the brand new year. First, congratulate you on making it through the wild ride of 2012. It was a year of intense change for everyone I know,
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Sacred Silence- Why You and Your Book Require It
December 13, 2012 Writing Lynneklippel

One of my book coaching clients had a painful experience this week.  Someone suggested that she review her book idea with some potential marketing sources.  She set up meetings with two people who might be able to recommend her book in the future and asked for feedback on her idea. Sadly, she was not given
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How to Save Time and Money on Editing
December 6, 2012 Publishing Lynneklippel

A professional editor is an author’s best friend. When you are publishing digital content, it’s imperative the words you publish are accurate and clearly written. Readers make assumptions about you and your business by the quality of your writing. If your article or book looks sloppy and unprofessional, your readers will assume you are too.
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