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"Sharing with Writers" is from the desks of Carolyn Howard-Johnson, author THE FRUGAL BOOK PROMOTER (USA Book News' "Best Professional Book 2004" and an Irwin Award winner) and THE FRUGAL EDITOR, winner of USA Book News Best Book award and Reader Views Literary Award, and her writing friends. Writing friends. That's YOU.

It is a place where you'll find writing and promotion tips and where you can share your own writing sucesses with other writers.
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January 10, 2009
Sharing with Writers
A newsletter that is also a community. Share your ideas. Learn from theirs! Associated with the multi award - winning series of HowToDoItFrugally series of books for writers, www.howtodoitfrugally.com


From the Desks of
Carolyn Howard - Johnson
and Sharing with Writers Subscribers

In the spirit of the advice I give in the Frugal Editor - - that is to use an extra pair of eyes whenever possible - - this newsletter is voluntarily copyedited by, Mindy Phillips Lawrence ~ mplcreative1@aol.com ~ www.freewebs.com/mplcreative. I also tell writers to be patient with other writers when they make editing boo - boos. We're all human, this letter comes out weekly and it's long!

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Contents

Regular Features
~Note from Carolyn (Amazon being good to authors?)
~Letter - to - the - Editor
~Thank Yous (where you also find leads and great resources!)
~Tips and News Galore! (They're scattered, you'll just have to find them!)
~Opportunities
~Author Successes
~On Poetry
~Humor Hint by Anne Louise
~Mindy Lawrence's Itty Bitty Column – “Research and Writing”
~Carolyn's Appearances and Teaching
~Wordstuff ™

Special to this Issue
~Q&A a la Ann Landers—When's the Right Time to Bring in an Editor?
~Feature: Get Testimonials and Use them in a Novel Way
~Feature: Special Reports on Social Media Campaigns for Writers by Phyllis Zimbler Miller



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Note from Carolyn

Dear Sharing with Writers Subscribers:

Notice that my newsletters have been getting scarcer? Maybe that's because I'm not pacing myself well. I have A Retailer's Guide to Frugal In - Store Promotions: How To Increase Profits and Spit in the Eyes of Economic Downtutrns with Thrifty Events and Sales Techniques coming out. Mindy Lawrence is helping me put out a little style booklet (sort of an addendum on my zero - tolerance editing approach to attracting agents and publishers) and a new edition of one of my other books that I hope to have done by, say, May. See, that's one of my problems. I do these self - imposed deadlines. Sometimes that's a good thing. Sometimes not so good. And yes, then there's my memoir and . . .

So, if there's anyone out there with a surefire way of slowing me down, please let me know. Other than death by chocolate, of course.

Happy Writing, Promoting and Editing, too!
Carolyn Howard - Johnson

PS: Oh, I'm also working on our big LA Times Festival of Books booth with Christine Alexanians. Remember, economic downturns are NOT the time to cut back on your marketing. They are the times you use to position yourself for the upturns ahead. Once a book is dead, it's really hard to revive. So see the invitation below.


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Please note the new Resource for Writers page on Contests at www.HowToDoItFrugally.com. =====================================================


Letters - to - the Editor
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Hello Carolyn,
Happy New Year!
...and thanks for the Noble award.
Thought I would share a promotional idea I just uploaded to YouTube. I recorded one of my poems and used a simple animation program to put pics and music to it. So far the reaction has been terrific. If the video goes viral it will be a great marketing tool for the book. You can watch the video at the link below.
Hope you're doing well. I really enjoy your newsletter.
Steve
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=poGHsn2UjQ4
Stephen Hedrick
www.talltalesandsonnets.com

"If ya ain't got it in ya, ya can't blow it out."
Louis Armstrong

Note: This video is sure to give you ideas. Steve is a poet but he also has creative and marketing chops honed with career experience with Disney. He is formerly one of the members of a critique group I facilitated and is now director of a symphony orchestra in Alabama.


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Please pass this letter on to others. Unlike many, I do not mind if you use only portions of it as long as you credit the writers and include this subscribe information: "To subscribe to 'Sharing with Writers' send an e - mail to HoJoNews@aol.com with 'Subscribe' in the subject line."
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Tip: At the request of subscriber Allyn Evans (blogging at www.allynevans.blogspot.com), I have reworked and republished an article I did on Twitter and other social networks. Go to www.sharingwithwriters.blogspot.com. You can comment, add ideas of your own, and more. Did you try Twitter and hate it? Neutral? Prefer Facebook? Why? Let us know. And leave your web or blog address, for heaven's sake!


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Please paste this little blurb - - perhaps with a little endorsement - - in your newsletter or website: To subscribe to Sharing with Writers send an e - mail with SUBSCRIBE in the subject line to HoJoNews@aol.com or go to www.howtodoitfrugally.com for an auto subscribe box.
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Author Successes

Lillian Cauldwell Releases Teen Mystery, . . . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
. . . The Anna Mae Mysteries - The Golden Treasure. It was released in October, 2008. It's a multi - cultural historical paranormal mystery targeted toward young adults, 9 to 13 years and older in which three tween sneaker - toed sleuths find Jefferson Davis' lost gold treasure with help from a
disembodied Black fist and divining rods. Learn more at http://lilliancauldwell.com : A Haunting We Will Go - A Mystery We Will Solve


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My blog, War, Peace, Tolerance and Our Soldiers is where I get to nag and rag and try to make things better for our troops and maybe for the world. I'd love to have you leave a comment. www.warpeacetolerance.blogspot.com
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Thank Yous

Thank You to Gene Cartwright and iFogo . . . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~. . .for including my banner complete with link on the front page of their site at http://myifogo.ning.com/. Gene says, "When authors sign up at iFOGO we hope they are not reluctant to upload their personal images . . . and we want to encourage them to begin blogging, using the forums, uploading photos, videos, the events calendar, and all the available tools. However, blogging is really important, as you know." Gene is an author in his own right (I Never Played Catch With My Father which was featured on Oprah among others), as well as CEO of iFOGO, "Where Writers and Readers Connect." Find his biography at http://falconcreekbooks.com/111_FPC/FC_bio.html


Thank You to Assoc. Editor Rachel Riebeling Durfor . . . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~`. . . for using my article on tricks that make dialogue work in her newsletter for the all new, gorgeous www.RebeccasReads.com. RebeccasReads has been serving authors and readers for years now. Check it out.

Thank You to Jim Cox . . . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~. . . for letting me use his article on "An Economic Crisis Is a Terrible Thing to Waste" in this newsletter and on my blog and for his comments in this month's Midwest Review newsletter.

He said, "Carolyn Howard - Johnson is a cyberspace 'pen pal' of mine in the publishing industry and I thought I'd utilize her latest email to illustrate two things. Firstly, everyone and anyone has complete and automatic permission to utilize anything I write (in this instance it was last month's "Jim Cox Report" editorial on 'An Economic Crisis is a Terrible Thing to Waste' - - if you missed it, you will find it archived at www.midwestbookreview.com/jimcox/dec_08.htm) as content for your newsletter, website, speech, book, or classroom handouts. Just be sure to give the usual citation credit when doing so.

The second is thing is an example of how to "win friends and influence people" by adding a personal touch to your snail - mail and e - mail communiqués when corresponding with other professionals (and amateurs for that matter) within the publishing industry. It's such a small thing and it can have such large benefits to future requests and projects!"

I am including the quote because I think we can all learn from what pros like him find useful and interesting including his willingness to give away the wisdom in his articles. BTW, his newsletter always includes reviews of writer - related books that will help you move forward with your career in publishing.


Thank You to Lynn B. Good . . . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ . . . for sharing with her Writer Advice visitors information of the lovely poetry journal Pear Noir and the poem they are printing of min, "Death by Ferris Wheel." Find it at http://www.writeradvice.com/announcements.html.


Thank You to Radio Host and Blogger . . . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ . . . Connie Gotsch for posting my media release on her blog. She is good at spreading good will: www.Conniegotsch.blogspot.com



===================================================== So you got As in English. You know grammar and spelling. That's great but an editor of you those skills alone doth not make. An editor knows formatting, front and back matter, indexing, structure, the elements of fiction and on and on. But mostly she'll see your manuscript in a fresh, new light. Learn how to hire a great editor and learn to be a better partner for any author - - awful to superb - - in The Frugal Editor.
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Tip: An article on "The Dos and Don't's of Waiting for the Publishing Gods to Make You an Offer" by Sharing with Writers subscriber Leora Krygier is available at http://www.scbwisocal.org/kitetales/2009/KTWinter09.pdf Scroll down to page 13 for this humorous (but helpful!) article. While you're there look into SCBWI Southern California (or the one in your area). Leora and other of my Young Adult writing friends like Emily Heebner strongly recommend it.


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As always, I enjoy your newsletter, which invariably has something in it that gives me fresh ideas, contacts, or viewpoints. ~ Liz Babcock Editor of the East Sierra Branch of California Writers Club newsletter
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Opportunities

Christine Alexanians Offers Book Fair Ops . . . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~. Christine Alexanians says, "Come Join Us as a Participating Author at the LA Times Festival of Books."
Booth planner Christine Alexanians invites you to participate in our next LA Times/UCLA Festival of Books booth - - the last weekend of April 2009 - - and/or any of the value - added programs aligned with the fair. The book - signing portion of the fair requires that you attend, the others do not.

(To see the 2008 video made by Rey Ybarra, go to Best Selling Author Television site

http://www.veoh.com/channels/BSATV

Our group of authors will again be sponsoring a booth at the LA Times/UCLA Festival of Books on April 25, and 26, 2009. We focus on making a humdrum fair into a sizzling success and from past experience, we make changes every year based on what we learned the year before and the year before that.

One hour (50 minutes to allow set up) signing segments cost $150 for the first and $100 for the second day. The fee includes display in the booth for the full two days.

For cost, participation details and benefits of a cross - promotional booth like this, please go to http://www.sizzlingbookfairbooths.blogspot.com You'll also find a picture of booth - doings there.

To participate send an e - mail to Christine Alexanians at chalexwrite @ yahoo.com. She can invoice you for PayPal or give you an address to send a check. Please put "LA Times Fair" in the subject line and please let her know the programs you would like to participate in so she will know how to bill you. She will then send you details for participation and answer other questions regarding this show. The booth promotion will be handled by Christine and Carolyn Howard - Johnson.

Sorry but all display - only slots are filled. We have only poetry - and short story - reading slots and regular book - signing slots available.


Dana Lynn Smith Offers F R ^ ^ E - Book . . . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~. As a special thank you to my blog readers and e - zine subscribers, I've compiled an e - book, Top Book Marketing Tips of 2008, featuring a collection of 14 popular articles from the Book Marketing Maven blog (http://bookmarketingmaven.typepad.com) and The Savvy Book Marketer newsletter. This complimentary e - book can be downloaded at http://snipr.com/bookmarketingtips.


Writers' Radio Interview, Anyone? . . . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~T
Subscriber Sue Chehrenegar sends us this opportunity:

Executive Producer of The AuthorsShow.com Danielle Hampson wants to interview authors. "THE AUTHORS SHOW web radio version is going from a weekly to a daily broadcast starting Jan 5th.

We are looking for authors, published or self - published, to be interviewed on the show (free). All topics welcome, including children books, business, spiritual etc...Children authors are welcome too. Go to www.TheAuthorsShow.com and submit the interview request form. You must submit the form for consideration, no emails or phone call please.


Pitch Sessions with Catholic Publishers Offered . . . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~.
by the Catholic Writers’ Conference Online. It is sponsored by the Catholic Writers Guild and conducted entirely through the Internet, is free of charge and open to writers of all levels and all religions. Check out the pitch session opportunities at www.catholicwritersonference.com. To participate you must register for the conference then register for the pitch session. Registrations taken through Jan 25 or until slots are filled.
The conference features online chats, forums and pitch sessions throughout the week on a variety of topics covering writing both fiction and nonfiction, submitting manuscripts to publishers and marketing your books. Over 40 workshops and chats are scheduled, according to coordinator Karina Fabian. It runs from Feb 2 to Feb 9 at http://www.catholicwritersconference.com. I will speak on “Turning Dreadful Adverbs into Nuggets of Gold,” one of my favorite subjects at 1 pm Pacific time, on Friday, Feb. 6. Register by January 15.



New Radio Host Looking for Guests . . . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~.
Lawrence Doochin will be hosting a new radio show entitled "Divine Coupleship...Divine Parenting" on ISYS InnerVision Radio Network starting in January.

Can you offer perspectives on healthy parenting or spiritual relationships or can you recommend other authors or speaker that might? Please contact Mari Selby, Director of Selby Ink to be considered as a potential guest for Divine Coupleship…Divine Parenting. Call 540 - 446 - 5573, or email Mari at selbyink@comcast.net. Lawrence has a revised version of his book now available and will be offering free copies to anyone interested in being on the show and/or featuring him on their site or blog.

Here is a press release detailing all the particulars. Larry's blog is at:
http://www.lawrencedoochin.com/blog.htm



New Book Contest Searches for Green . . . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~.
The 2009 Green Book Festival has issued a call for entries to its annual competition honoring books that contribute to greater understanding, respect and positive action on the changing worldwide environment. It judges on quality, not the press the book is printed on. Learn more on the contest page on my website at www.carolynhowardjohnson.redenginepress.com/contests.htm.


Writer Advice Flash Prose Contest . . . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
Editor of Writer Advice Lynn B. Bood wants you to know about Fourth
Annual Flash Prose Contest. Guidelines are on the home page,
www.writeradvice.com.


Writers In the Sky Mentoring . . . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
Writers in the Sky Creative Writing Services (WITS) will allow a limited number of students to join a mentoring program designed to bring new writers into the freelance writing business. During these weekly teleseminars, Yvonne Perry, the owner of WITS, will provide coaching that allows students to build a real - world portfolio while learning the craft and business of freelance writing. Weekly assignments will be given to the group and graded individually. Students will be given encouragement and help in specific areas of need. The program includes a weekly one - hour teleclass, too. Go to http://writersinthesky.com/mentoring.html


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Q&A a la Ann Landers


When's A Good Time to Bring In an Editor?. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~.
(This question was posted to my blog for a coming podcast hosted by Yvonne Perry. See information on that f r ^ ^ podcast under “appearances” below.)

Barbara Techel, Author of Frankie, the Walk 'N Roll Dog, www.joyfulpaws.com is in the process of writing her second children's book. Her first children's book had a critique group helping with the editing until Barbara felt her manuscript was "good enough" to give to an editor. She no longer has a critique group to run her manuscript by. The book is about half completed now.

Barbara’s question:

Is there a good point to bring on an editor? Should I bring one on now for advice or wait till I have the manuscript completed? Or, should I work with an editor during the entire process? Thank you and I look forward to the audio call!

Yvonne’s Answer:

The more the author can do beforehand, the less it will cost to get the book edited. Therefore, I suggest an author get her book as ready as she can before approaching an editor.

I’m not sure about all editors, but the editors on my teams are all able to help an author with her book at any stage of the manuscript process. We offer different levels of editing depending upon what the book needs when it comes to us. If an author is on a budget and can’t afford the level of editing the book truly needs, we may give suggestions for improvement and have the author do more work before bringing the manuscript back to us. I recently had an author re - write his script into third person rather than first person. It probably took him ten or more hours to do this, but it saved him at least $500, and the book is much improved as he employed the tips I gave him for writing dialog.
We offer developmental, medium, and light editing as well as proofreading of the final manuscript. These services are described in detail at http://writersinthesky.com/editing - services.html, but here are the basics:

Developmental or Substantial Editing is used when an author needs a writing coach to guide her work to the next level. We not only mark errors in the text, we offer specific suggestions for improvement as we assist the author with making changes to strengthen her writing and develop her story to its best potential. A developmental editor may help with all elements of the book including front and back matter, and making sure the text adheres to Chicago Manual of Style guidelines. Additionally, we may instruct the writer on working with styles, and formatting text, margins, headers, footers, and placing graphics or end notes. Since this is all part of the writing process, a fully developed book will still need to be copy edited and proofread before going to a publisher.
Medium Copyediting includes having our editor go through the manuscript and complete the needed changes to include:

• Correcting mechanical, grammar, and usage errors.
• Correcting spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
• Check for proper alignment and spacing of text.
• Consistently format dates, headlines, numbers, and alphabetized, bulleted, and numbered lists.
• Note any biased language or stereotyping. Note awkward transitions, redundancies, and hyperbole (the author may fix this or we can rewrite sections for her if needed).

In a light Copy Edit, we will mark or note the same things as outlined in the medium copy edit; however, the author is responsible for making all changes.
Note: Those who want to listen to the entire podcast may do so at no ch^rge by going to:


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Subscribers who have websites or newsletters of their own may be interested in the Free Articles 4 Readers and Writers on my site, www.howtodoitfrugally.com. I try to add new articles to it frequently. If you don't see what you need for your blog or newsletter, just ask. HoJoNews@aol.com.
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Tip: If you own the rights to your work you feature your work as e - books, audio files, databases, software or anything else downloadable at www.youpublish.com. You'll have your own page, too. You will get 50% of what you sell there. Caveat: Like anything else, to work really well, you'll want to promote that you are there and the information you feature there.



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Fun and F r * *: If you purchased the Frugal Book Promoter or the Frugal Editor, I'd love for you to review it on Amazon or BN.com. Make it simple; just tell what part of it you found most valuable. If you do, send me the review link (URL) and I will send you a handout from one of my UCLA classes. As a thank you, of course. HoJoNews@aol.com
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On Poetry
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This is a running feature for the poets among us and those who would like to try writing poetry but feel, well . . . inadequate. Please send in your poetry tips and resources for this section.

Promoting Poetry . . . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ . . . watch for a poetry opportunity here. The brainchild of Christine Alexanians, this year's LA Times Festival of Books coordinator, it is designed to let you gain credibility from being associated with incredible fair that attract 135,000 readers and producers and directors from the Hollywood community.


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Don't suffer with book proposals. You can be a pro with and investment of only 20 minutes and 49 cents with my Great First Impression Book Proposal Short.
http://www.amazon.com/Great - First - Impression - Book - Proposal/dp/B000YG6O5U
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Get Testimonials and Use Them in a Novel Way...
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It's true. People are more likely to buy something (even your book) if you can show that others have bought it and liked it. Better still, that they liked it well enough to recommend it! Some professionals sporadically go on an endorsement drive and ask clients to tell them what they like about their product or service so they can use them in their marketing efforts.

I like what Alan Weiss does, though. He collects them, and publishes them in a booklet. According to the Small Publishers of North America newsletter Span Connections, he gives them to prospective clients at their first meeting. You could do this, too. In addition to using blurbs the usual way - - on the back of books, inside the front cover, on your Web site, on your blog, on your business card and/or bookmark and any of dozens of other ways - - you could have a Kinko's produced booklet at the ready for meetings with agents and publishers or as giveaways at book fairs.

Why not just a flier? Keepability and perceived value, that's why!

CHJ


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A general marketing rule is that a product must be seen seven times before it is purchased. That is just as true for books (because they are products, like it or not!). Let people see that book cover image! To do that, you are invited to advertise as a site sponsor at www.howtodoitfrugally.com for only $25 to $30 a year. Yep, the frugal way! Click on the Advertising tab at the top of the page or contact me personally at hojonews@aol.com.
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In the News: Google now has Google Previews. It's a little like Amazon's Peek Inside feature. Publishers and retailers may participate in it by letting Google send visitors to their Web sites to browse through up to 20% of a book's content.


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Available: Audios from Audio Divas on many aspects of building a writing career. Here is the page where you'll find the full list at http://tri - studio.com/AUDIOCLASSESALL.html including one on "Do It Yourself Indexing." The first audio.
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Tip: Most publishers ask you to do your own index these days. If they do, rejoice. That's because I don't think anyone can do the job as well as you. You know your book. You know what's important in your book. But that's only if you are willing to do your homework on producing a professional index. Here's the tip if you decide to take it on rather than hire it done. Wait until ALL the editing is done. Every last scrap. It will save you hours of time. And read a little more on indexing in The Frugal Editor. It isn't a book about indexing but it will help you decide whether you want to do it or hire it done and it gives resources for hiring.


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Endorsement: "I am so happy for you to receive a second award [Reader Views Literary Award] for The Frugal Editor. I bought this book a week ago, and I love it. I can already see the improvement in my work. Thank you. You deserve this award." ~Katherine Harms, author
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Feature: Learning from Others Stories

Special Reports on Social Media Campaigns for Writers ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
By Phyllis Zimbler Miller

(Editor's Note: Phyllis spent many hundreds of dollars learning social networking from the experts. She talks about this experience and how she took her expensive lessons and reported on them so you could benefit frugally! )

I got on LinkedIn because the niece of my business partner sent me an invite. I had no idea what it meant once I joined.

I got on Facebook because a cousin decided that we should have a family page on Facebook, whatever a family page meant.

And I got up the courage to join Twitter only because one of the Internet marketing gurus from whom I had begun to learn mentioned it.

Then I started blogging in preparation for the release of my novel Mrs. Leiutenant. And somehow I learned that I could use Twitterfeed.com to automatically bring a feed from my blog into Twitter and that I could also bring my blog feed into my Facebook page.

Then I got lucky – I had an epiphany and realized the power of using social media to market/promote my novel. I set off like a woman possessed to learn as much as possible about utilizing social media (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, blogging, etc.) to effectively market online.

I spent a fair amount of money and a huge amount of time learning from as many experts as I could find. And then I synthesized what everyone said into a workable social media marketing plan.

When I became comfortable with all of this, I decided to share what I’d learned by writing an easy - to - follow Special Report in order to save other writers the time and money I’d spent to learn this vital information.

The result of this decision is actually two Special Reports:

1) For book authors on using a social media campaign to market books - - http://www.queensofbookmarketing.com/page1.php

2) For screenwriters and directors on using a social media campaign to market films, tv shows and animation projects - - http://www.showmethescreenplay.com/special - reports - entertainment - industry - insiders/

The $14.95 price of the Special Report is a steal compared to what I spent on webinars, teleseminars, e - books, etc. before putting all the info together and directed at specific marketing goals. (And the report can save you from making major public gaffes.)

If you don’t want to reinvent the wheel - - and instead want to easily learn how to start doing social media campaigns for your writing projects - - get the Special Report that applies to you and get cracking now.

You can follow me on Twitter at @ZimblerMiller, and I’m on Facebook and LinkedIn as Phyllis Zimbler Miller. My two current blogs are http://www.mrslieutenant.blogspot.com and http://www.dogooderscrooge.blogspot.com.
And I co - host the BlogTalkRadio show http://www.YourMilitaryLife.com.


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Reciprocal Links: Many subscribers are in a position to cross promote. Let me know if you would like to trade some recommendation or promotion for any of my books - - from the HowToDoItFrugally series to my chapbook of poetry - - for a place on my Resources for Writers or Resources for Readers pages on www.HowToDoItFrugally.com.
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By Anne Louise

Alliteration, when applied appropriately, is awfully advantageous. At least, I think thus. Perhaps particular people are not as perpetually pleased by such play with particles of pronouncement, but yours truly often finds herself floundering amidst a frothing flock of consistently common consonants. It can be a telling tool – a terrific technique to tap into a humor talent, but can often be overdone, and of course, ultimately tiresome and tragically trite.

Since everyone is as entertained by this as I am, I try to have someone read the piece over – someone whose brain is not wired for alliterative adventure – to help me build some boundaries, establish an end, stop this stuff, mark the maximum margins . . .

- - - - - Anne Louise is a humorist and columnist living in California


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I use Vista Print for lots of my promotional materials. Be aware that shipping prices may fluctuate, depending on the deal of the moment. Please use this link: http://www.vistaprint.com/frf?frf=815651421184
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Tip: You can add comic balloons to pictures of your book cover or your own little person at http://www.speechable.com The idea is fraught with eye - catching promo possibilities.



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Announcement: I plan to release a booklet with terms and words that writers often get wrong when they edit. I haven't decided whether to use tech terms in it or not, because the length of the booklet is so important. But watch for it. I promise to keep it lower than the cost of most greeting cards.( - :
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Tip: If you have a blog, connect it to an online bookstore using their widgets. This should be a permanent segment and it should tie you to Amazon's associates program so that you share (though in a small way) in any of the profits that come directly from your blog to Amazon. It's called "passive income" and once you've set yourself up for this benefit, it is passive. No work at all on your part. Just a little (or big - - depending) check from Amazon now and then.


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The New Book Review is a service of this newsletter and Authors' Coalition. It allows authors to get more exposure from their favorite review and reviewers a chance to have more readers see their reviews - - with links, of course. Please check the guidelines on the blog site at www.TheNewBookReview.blogspot.com.
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An Itty - Bitty Column on Writing



Research and Writing ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ By Mindy Phillips Lawrence

Many of us do lots of research for our articles, novels and other forms of writing. Thanks to the Internet, the job is much simpler than it used to be. However, sometimes it is still daunting.

Recently, my goal was to make a connection between Ireland and Germany in the years leading up to World War II, particularly in 1938. I didn’t know if there was an association but, thanks to Google, I found what I wanted.

If you do nonfiction writing or have a business helping others do research, you know how indispensible it is to know how to do good literary detective work. Google is not the only source.

Libraries

I am fortunate to have a large public library system where I live and very good personnel there who will help me find what I need. They also have interlibrary loan resources for information that they don’t have in house. Because of this, I have books from several far - flung college libraries in my stack at home.

You can usually join colleges and universities library systems for a small amount annually so you’ll have access to their works. I am a member of the Missouri State Library System, Mineral Area College Library in Park Hills, MO and the Magale Library at Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia, Arkansas where I graduated. I will soon add the Missouri State University Library System here in Springfield.

University Faculty

Your local college or university often has faculty personnel willing to help you with research questions. Even if you are trying to figure out a computer problem, you can often call a community college or university and get someone to help you. If you are doing research in a particular field, you might call that department and find a faculty member who will answer your questions.

Experienced Individuals

By use of the Internet and through referrals, you can often find those who have direct experience in the topic you are researching. For instance, if you need to figure out a police procedure, you could call the non - emergency number of your local police department, or make a trip there in person.

The Internet has many lists of those who are professionals who are willing to answer your questions so get out there and find your answers.


LINKS

University of Wisconsin Expert Database
http://experts.news.wisc.edu/

California State University Expert Database
http://www.csuchico.edu/pa/fdb/

Monmouth University Expert Database
http://www.monmouth.edu/about_monmouth/public_affairs/experts/default.asp

Washington University (St. Louis) Expert Database
http://news - info.wustl.edu/experts/

University of Virginia Expert Database
http://www.virginia.edu/facultyexperts/expert.php?id=289

University of Arkansas Expert Database
http://experts.uark.edu/

Louisiana Tech University Expert Database
http://www.latech.edu/technews/tech - sources - home.cgi

Penn State Expert Database – Criminal Justice and Race
http://experts.psu.edu/topics.php?topic=12

- - - - - Mindy Phillips Lawrence www.freewebs.com/mplcreative is the author of the poetry collections One Blue Star and Above and Below. She is co - author of The Complete Writer and a publicist and literary agent. She is in the process of researching a novel titled Alone is Where We Begin. Blogging at: http://mplcreative.blogspot.com/.



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Writer’s Digest 101 Best Websites is now accepting nominations for next year’s list. If you've found Sharing with Writers newsletter or blog or the resources at HowToDoItFrugally.com helpful in the past year, please send your nomination to writersdig@fwpubs.com. Put "101 Websites" in the subject line. Please do it now. Jan 1, 2009, is the deadline and you know how the holidays get! ( - :
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Carolyn's Appearances and Teaching
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Come join Yvonne Perry and Carolyn Howard - Johnson on January 13 for "Conversation with Editors" at 5 pm Pacific time, 7 pm Central. Yvonne has a full service editing business and Carolyn is an editor and author of The Frugal Editor. You do want to know how to impress agents and publishers with your query letters don't you!? Yvonne even has a neat service. You sign on and she'll remind you when to come join us: http://yvonneperry.blogspot.com/2008/11/conversation - with - editors.html.

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Carolyn Howard - Johnson will conduct seminar for the second year at the Catholic Writers’ Conference Friday, Feb 6 at 10 am Pacific Time, 1 pm Eastern. She will speak on “Turning Dreadful Adverbs into Nuggets of Gold.” The conference is f r ^ ^ but writers must register by January 15 at http://www.catholicwritersconference.com.
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Carolyn Howard - Johnson will be signing a new chapbook of poetry as well as her other books, including the HowToDoItFrugally series of books at the world renowned LA Times/UCLA Festival of Books the last weekend in April, 2009, on the UCLA Campus. To learn more about a signing position for yourself contact Christine Alexanians at chalexwrite@yahoo.com.

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Carolyn Howard - Johnson will appear on the Career Czar,
www.alltalkradio.net/careerczar on January 30, 2009. It is a unique Internet talk radio program focusing on all aspects of the world of careers. We'll be chatting about something dear to the hearts of baby - boomers - - reinventing yourself at retirement. With writing of course. The first segment will be about careers in freelance and journalism. The second segment will be about a career in fiction (novels and short stories). The third segment will be about poetry. The fourth segment will be about nonfiction - - specifically my nonfiction - - on how it's helped my career and that of others and how something similar can work for yours.

Check out host Paul Bruno's website and enhance your career by getting connected with The Career Czar.”

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I usually don't list places I'm published, mostly because they often don't have anything to do with writing. However, Romance Writers of America will be publishing my article on writing stand - out query letters in the January 2009 print edition of their magazine, Romance Writers Report. The editor, Kathleen Adey, says you can subscribe by joining RWA at www.rwanational.org.

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Carolyn Howard - Johnson will be presenting two seminars at the National Stationery Show, one on Monday, May 18, called"Move Upward in a Down Market with Free Publicity Exposure and Money - Making In - Store Promotions" and the other, "Grow Your Business Online for No $$$," on Tuesday, May 19. This is a huge show a la BEA but for stationery retailers and will be at Javits Center in Manhattan. She'll also be publishing a new for her HowToDoItFrugally series, this time for retailers. Many of the principles are the same, though. ( - :

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Carolyn Howard - Johnson will speak to how editing is one of the most important parts of your book promotion with "Query Letters as Promotion: Let's Make Them Picture Perfect!" at International Conference PROMODAY! on Saturday, May 9. at 9 am Pacific Time. The conference is on Rome, Italy, time so check your time conversion tables carefully to be sure you join the seminars at the right time. http://jolinsdell.tripod.com/promoday/ PROMO DAY! is an all day international online event for people in the writing industry. There are lots of new features for the 2009 event including a workshop chatroom.

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For the first time, Sisters in Crime/Los Angeles and Mystery Writers of America/SoCal are joining forces to present a new venture, the California Crime Writers Conference, to be held June 13 - 14 at the Pasadena Hilton, Pasadena, CA. The conference is titled “Breaking In & Breaking Out: Plotting the Write Course,” and is the next incarnation of the successful No Crime Unpublished conference held biannually by Sisters in Crime/LA. Carolyn Howard - Johnson will be presenting a class on marketing your book online on Saturday June 13. The time is to be announced. The public is welcome. Learn more at http://www.sistersincrimela.com/ccwc.htm


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Wordstuff ™

Something to Make Writers Smile
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(Definitions in the next few newsletters are from www.butlerwebs.com/jokes/definitions.htm.You might have some favorite neologisms, metaphors or similes that make you smile. If so, please contribute.)

"FANCY RESTAURANT: One that serves cold soup on purpose..."


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Essential Book and Record Keeping:

Sharing with Writers is edited and distributed by Carolyn Howard - Johnson,http://carolynhoward - johnson.com. and proofread by Mindy Phillips Lawrence.

This is a place to share with others and learn from others.

Although I do attempt to verify information used within this newsletter's pages, Sharing with Writers does not guarantee entities or information. Subscribers should research resources.

To submit information articles, tips or other information, e - mail Carolyn at HoJoNews@aol.com. Please put "Submission: Sharing with Writers" in the subject line.

If you do not care to receive this newsletter, send an e - mail to HoJoNews@aol.com with "Unsubscribe” in the subject line, but please, please don't tell me you've given up writing or promoting!

To subscribe to Sharing with Writers send an e - mail with "Subscribe" in the subject line to: HoJoNews@aol.com.

Please pass this newsletter to friends or e - groups. It needn't be pasted in its complete form, but please credit this newsletter, and the individual contributors with anything you snip and paste.

Ordering Information:
Order the Frugal Book Promoter: How to Do What Your Publisher Won't at stores like UCLA, Dayton University and San Diego State University's bookstores or at Amazon where it is discounted:
www.amazon.com/gp/product/193299310X/qid=1149015406/sr=2 - 1/ Order it as an e - book at http://starpublishllc.com/id43.html

The second in the How To Do It Frugally series of books, The Frugal Editor: Put Your Best Book Forward to Avoid Humiliation and Ensure Success, is available at
www.amazon.com/gp/product/0978515870

The Great First Impression Book Proposal: Everything You Need To Know About Selling Your Book in 20 Minutes or Less, is available on Amazon as a Short for 49 cents.
http://www.amazon.com/Great - First - Impression - Book - Proposal/dp/B000YG6O5U/

To learn more about This Is the Place,
Harkening: A Collection of Stories Remembered, Tracings,and She Wore Emerald Then: .

Tracings, a chapbook of poetry, published by Finishing Line Press may be ordered at
www.amazon.com/gp/product/1599240173/qid=1139084827/sr=1 - 1/

Contact Information
Websites: http://carolynhoward - Johnson.com (literary)
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For the Frugal Editor, Amazon - direct: www.amazon.com/gp/product/0978515870

Blogs:

http://www.SharingwithWriters.blogspot.com, a blog on all things publishing

http://www.TheNewBookReview.blogspot.com, a blog focused on YOUR reviews

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And now! Tweeting at: www.twitter.com/frugalbookpromo and Squidooing at http://www.squidoo.com/HowToDoItFrugallyforAuthors
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