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We are currently giving away a copy of Neal Rabin’s adventurous novel (perfect for summer reading) 23 DEGREES SOUTH: A Tropical Tale of Changing Whether… ending on May 16th, 2018 at 12:00AM EST. The winner will be contacted by email, so make sure to check your inbox in case it was you!

“Enjoy with your favorite cocktail!…23 DEGREES SOUTH will capture all readers with its story of two young friends on different paths who intersect within an action packed story.”
– Chanticleer Reviews, 5/5 Stars

“McKinney, a veteran book publicist, has produced a clear, basic road map to publicizing a book. .” – Publishers Weekly
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Links Round Up, Week of 3/20

This week brought the first day of spring and we can’t wait for warmer weather ahead!

PR 101: 4 Things to Consider for Your Author Photo. [Writers Win]

Do you use any of these weird vocab words? [PW]

Check out Gretchen Archer in a Q&A about her new book! [Criminal Element]

Hamilton’s creator made a playlist just for writer’s block. [Nerdist]

Ever wonder how many books you can read before you die? [LitHub]

How to publish an ebook. [Jane Friedman]

Creating compelling content as told from Hollywood. [Chanticleer]

Reading can improve your relationships? [Bustle]

Are you brave enough to try this Scrabble test? [BuzzFeed]

Links Roundup, Week of 1/23

The New York Times is cutting a range of bestsellers lists. [PW]

Roxane Gay, by the book. [NYT]

Star Wars fans prepare yourself for The Last Jedi. [E! News]

What’s the ‘code’ for a bestselling novel? [Guardian]

Even the most successful in traditional publishing are going the indie route! [PW]

Do you know about the dynamic writer/publisher relationship? [Women Writers]

Nail down that elevator pitch! Those 15 seconds could make or break you. [TBD]

We love cover art – check out the best ones from 2016! [NYT]

Inspirational books that could actually change your life! [The EveryGirl]

Virginia Woolf would have been 135 this week. [NYBooks]


Links Roundup, Week of 1/16

American treasure Betty White’s birthday was this week! [EW]

Publishing needs a blockbuster of a book in 2017. [LA Times]

National Book Critics Circle announces its finalists. [NYT]

Why SEO is a necessary skill for authors. [Where Writers Win]

A last goodbye to BookCourt. 🙁 [LitHub]

7 social media trends to watch for 2017. [PR News]

Rumpus has a new owner and editor-in-chief. [Rumpus]

Using self-publishing to teach your students. [The Book Designer]

When your creative process isn’t productive. [PsychCentral]

Watch out for Instagram Stories. [Entrepreneur]

Links Round Up Week of 9/5

Summer is officially over, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to end. Autumn is one of our favorite seasons-changing colors, pumpkin decorations, Halloween candy, the kids are back in school…What isn’t there to like?


Merle Bombardieri talks about The Baby Decision. [Refinery29]

Apple’s iPhone 7 event was this week. [The Verge]

An editor has advice if you want to write a great novel. [Mashable]

Quirky libraries popping up across Scotland-I’ve seen a few in the US as well. [STV]

George R.R. Martin’s publisher addresses the Winds of Winter pub date leak. [HuffPost]

How to write a click-worthy blog title. Molly Greene’s blog is worth bookmarking! [Molly Greene]