7 Reasons Why You Should Market Your Book Guilt-Free — Sara Flower Kjeldsen Writes

#1. You wrote your book Writing takes work. No matter how much you love the process, writing takes time, effort, and dedication. Watching that story bloom from a scatter of random concepts into a full length book ready to be sold on Amazon is simply amazing. It’s like magic, really. Artists sell their pictures. Small […]7 … Continue reading 7 Reasons Why You Should Market Your Book Guilt-Free — Sara Flower Kjeldsen Writes

Who’s That Indie Author? Leon Stevens

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Author Name: Leon Stevens

Genre: Poetry and Science Fiction

Books: Lines by Leon: Poems, Prose, and Pictures, A Wonder of Words, The Knot at the End of the Rope and Other Short Stories, The View from Here, Journeys: Eight Original Pieces for Classical Guitar

Bio: I am a Canadian multi-genre author, composer, guitarist, songwriter, and artist with a Bachelor of Music and Education.

What got you started as a writer? I became a writer out of necessity. Along with songwriting, poetry was therapeutic and allowed me to accept and make sense of events and situations in my life.I decided that what I wrote could help and entertain others, so I decided to publish my first book of poetry.

What is your writing routine? I don’t have a set routine. However, most of my blog posts are written in the morning, so often…

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Wrapping Up the WordCrafter “Poetry Treasures 2: Relationships” Book Blog Tour — Writing to be Read

Poetry Treasures 2: Relationships Book Blog Tour We’ve had a great tour for Poetry Treasures 2: Relationships, but now it’s time to bring the fun to a close. To wrap things up today, we have a guest post from contributing author and poet Leon Stevens. ____________________________________________________________________________ Why do I write poetry? Maybe poetry writes me. […]Wrapping … Continue reading Wrapping Up the WordCrafter “Poetry Treasures 2: Relationships” Book Blog Tour — Writing to be Read

Day 6 of the WordCrafter “Poetry Treasures 2: Relationships” Book Blog Tour — Writing to be Read

Day 6 of the WordCrafter “Poetry Treasures 2: Relationships” Book Blog Tour finds us over at This is My Truth Now and I’m in the spotlight! I hope you’ll join us. James doesn’t have the comments on, but you can comment here if your participating in the giveaway.Day 6 of the WordCrafter “Poetry Treasures 2: Relationships” … Continue reading Day 6 of the WordCrafter “Poetry Treasures 2: Relationships” Book Blog Tour — Writing to be Read

“Poetry Treasures 2: Relationships” featuring Miriam Hurdle!

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Dear Friends,

This is day 4 of the blog tour for Poetry Treasures 2: Relationships, a beautiful anthology compiled by Kaye Lynne Booth and Robbie Cheadle. The tour schedule is below…

Day 1: Kaye Lynne Booth at Writing to be Read started the tour with a guest post from contributing author Lauren Scott.

Day 2: D. Slayton Avery at ShiftnShake shared a guest post from blog series host, contributing author, and editor Robbie Cheadle.

Day 3: Miriam Hurdle atThe Showers of Blessingshosted contributing author Lynda McKinney Lambert.

Day 4:Lauren Scott at Bay Dreamer Writesis hosting contributing author Miriam Hurdle.

Day 5: Victoria Zigler at Zigler’s Newswill host contributing author M.J. Mallon and share a review by Victoria Zigler.

Day 6: The publisher, Kaye Lynne Booth, will be in the interview spotlight with James J. Cudney over at This Is My Truth Now

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9 Ways You Can Support Indie Authors — Sara Flower Kjeldsen Writes

Hey, everyone! With it being Indie April, I thought it would be a great time to talk about some great ways to support indie authors. Even if you don’t have a reading budget at the moment, there’s still a lot of helpful ways to support indie authors that don’t cost a dime. Be on the […]9 … Continue reading 9 Ways You Can Support Indie Authors — Sara Flower Kjeldsen Writes