Following on from the previous two media storage (and money) saving tips – I forgot to mention that it’s better to use the OLD admin media – NOT the NEW admin media.
Here are the first three steps to get into it:
I’ve given an explanation on top of each image below – hope it helps.
When you see your media, ensure you select the hatch Dixon as marked.
Then select the image you want to resize:
On the right you will see the dimensions and file size (weight)
Press the Edit Image button indicated
Now double click inside either box and type in the new size you want.
Then, either, use the little arrow (top right) to go to the next image, or, click on the x (top right) which will take you back to Step 4.
At any time, you can click the x to finish – the…
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by Jacqui Murray
Marketing To Hunt a Sub, my debut novel, is a whole lot different from my non-fiction pieces. In those, I could rely on my background, my expertise in the subject, and my network of professional friends to spread the word and sell my books. Fiction–not so much. For one thing, I don’t have prior fiction novels to buttress my reputation. So I did what I have always done when preparing for the unknown: I researched. I read everything I could find on how to market a novel, collected ideas, made my plan, and jumped in without a backward glance (see two of the books I devoured here).
Well, now that much of the marketing is done, there are a few pieces I wish I’d done differently:
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After looking at the writing market for years, he noticed a need for a Writers Club of this kind. Sure, there are Facebook groups, writers groups, etc., but there aren’t many associations that are more than just a gathering of writers.
He wanted to create a club where the sole purpose of it is to solve headaches for writers. Here are some of the headaches he’s looking to solve:
- It’s hard to find reviewers for my book
- Writing-related service providers (editors, book cover designers, etc.) are expensive
- I don’t know if my writing is good enough and I need feedback
- I need more promotion for my book
- I don’t know if my blurb or summary is good enough
- Not enough readers know my book exists
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There’s plenty of debate around involving book reviewers and readers about what prompts them to award five star reviews (or less). So I decided to explore thoughts posted on ‘Goodreads.com.’ I discovered how people don’t share the same criteria for awarding five stars. Star ratings become a very dusty issue.
Similarly, I remember considerably heated discussions during one of my postgraduate courses at university about the assessment of feedback given by students on a range of courses. We are human beings and our assessment criteria vary considerably. There are differences just as there are similarities but where we are at any given point in our lives affects how we think about things.
I’m not going to write a conclusion to this post and after reading the opinions of readers and a few writers from Goodreads, you may understand why. Reviewing a book is based on the reader’s opinion. A five…
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Pre-Award show picture above! Miami was a blast! Our book, The Big Cheese Festival won a Bronze Medal for year 2017 at Reader’s Favorite! What a whirlwind packed weekend. Hotel pictures below.
A few award pictures…
Now for a few fun pictures! Awesome time meeting authors we had connected with on social media in person!
Joss Landry and husband Gil
Even our airline had squirrel recommended nuts! LOL