Facebook ads: an Infographic

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NOTE from CJ: this infographic is brought to you by Ivan Serrano, a business journalist and infographic specialist. Enjoy! From Ivan: Facebook started a digital revolution when it was born. It wasn’t just a cool new fad that was soon replaced by the next big thing – it fundamentally restructured the way humans communicate with [...]

Three Sides to This Fight?

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Amazon v. Hachette has been the focus of the industry for going on a year now. Thousands of words, many of them laced with emotion, have been spent on this “us v. them” battle as if there are only two sides to this debate…and one must right and one must be wrong.   I’d like [...]

Social Media Etiquette: an Infographic

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NOTE from CJ: this infographic is brought to you by Ivan Serrano, a business journalist and infographic specialist. Ivan was kind enough to also provide a second post on Facebook ads that will be published next month, so stay tuned! From Ivan: When Facebook was invented it was the first of its kind. Sure, Myspace [...]

Keys to the Kingdom

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(NOTE FROM CJ: In this, another in our guest posts covering the essentials of the writing life, author and screenwriter Rich Leder takes a look at Time Management. Enjoy!) If you’re reading this guest post, brothers and sisters, you’re not doing something else. Maybe you’re not writing your novel or checking your editor’s notes or [...]

Rejection Blues

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NOTE from CJ: Rejection is part of any writer’s life. This guest post from William A. Gordon features some of the most ironic rejection notes in literary history. Sit back and enjoy!   TALES OF EDITORIAL IDIOCY By William A. Gordon     Thirty years and five books ago, I was recognized in the Guinness [...]

On Rejection and Renewal: A Note to Aspiring Novelists

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NOTE from CJ: Mr. Warren Adler, author of War of the Roses, will be joining us for occasional reflections on writing as a career. Please welcome him with this first post on Rejection and Renewal.   You’ve spent months, perhaps years, composing your novel. You’ve read and reread it hundreds of times. You’ve rethought it, [...]

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