Tag Archives: Guy Bergstrom

Weekly Writers Round-Up: Week of Oct. 8, 2012

On Writing Writer Kait Nolan on Western Steampunk, on her blog. Ugh, What Do I Write About? The Struggle for Ideas, by Janice Hardy over at The Other Side of the Story writers blog. Publishing John Scalzi, being all reasonable … Continue reading

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Weekly Writer’s Round-Up: Week of 3/25/12

Marketing Red Pen of Doom’s Guy Bergstrom on Media Strategy and name recognition. Self-publishing phenom Amanda Hocking: “A lot of authors tend to over market or they don’t take criticisms very well.” Via GalleyCat. Children’s and YA hardcover sales up … Continue reading

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Weekly Writer’s Round-Up: Week of January 15th, 2012

It’s all about Social Media, or Social Networking, or whether those are different from each other, this week. I guess it’s been on my mind. Social media expert Jeff Bullas on the state of the blogosphere. Is Social Media a … Continue reading

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Weekly Writer’s Round-Up; Week of 11/20/11

My best of the web for writers this week. Hope it’s helpful. Social Media From the Red Pen of Doom guy, who’s name is actually Guy (Bergstrom), on Why Blog Hits DON’T REALLY MATTER. From writer Christina Katz: Platform and … Continue reading

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