Tag Archives | Terri Giuliano Long

Classic Books On The Craft Of Writing

When we consider the definition of a “classic book,” most often we get a mental picture of our favorite works of fiction and the authors who wrote them. Yet as a writer, my most dog-eared print books are volumes on the craft of writing. Some I’ve owned since the 1990s, and they’ve been boxed up, […]

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Thinking Season

I originally wrote this in October, 2011 as a guest post on my friend Terri Long’s blog. It reveals things I love and countless moments I’ve allowed to slip by. I had to share it here! Autumn is quickly making its way again to the Southern California mountains. Those familiar with this place are already admiring the changing light […]

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Ah, Decisions! FREE WordPress Blog or Self-Hosted Website?

Promo people and industry experts everywhere are advising clients – and anyone who will listen – that starting a blog can do wonders to promote a business. So whether you’re a real estate agent or an author (or both!), no doubt blogging is on your must-do list for this year. I started my original, free […]

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Createspace vs. Lightning Source For Self-Published Print Books

Award-winning author Terri Giuliano Long originally wrote this article for me in October, 2011. The Huffington Post published her comprehensive update in 2013. Link here to read Paperback Distribution: Createspace vs. Lightning Source. Congratulations! You’ve decided to take the plunge and publish your book. Welcome to the indie revolution! In addition to the myriad design and marketing decisions you’re […]

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How to Sell 100 Books a Day

I met Terri Long on Twitter early in 2011 and quickly became a fan of this generous, upbeat, talented, hard-working indie author. I’ve watched as she’s achieved a level of success that, frankly, I believe we all aspire to. Her marketing efforts have paid off so well that her debut novel, In Leah’s Wake, often sells at a rate of over 100 books […]

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Indie Author Terri Long: On Writing and Book Marketing

Terri Long’s In Leah’s Wake is in my Kindle right now, and it’s a very good read. Well-written, poignant, relatable. If I were a Mom, I’d be Leah’s – Zoe is busy, compassionate but a tad distant, and in denial. More tuned in to her clients’ issues than her own family’s. Already deep into the […]

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