News You Can Use – Sept. 27, 2011

Why You Still Don’t Have a Literary Agent – A good post about query letters by Jeff Rivera

The Best Writing Advice I’ve Ever Received – by Donald Miller (author of Blue Like Jazz)

The Power of a Book Bargain – Atlantic Magazine explores the effect of ebook pricing on the prices of all books. Do you agree or disagree? Sounds like fodder for a future blog post.

Ten Questions a Writer Should Ask BEFORE Quitting Their Day Job – from Writer’s Digest

33 Tips for Bloggers – Good stuff!

Changing Our English Language – Infographic (If you can’t see it, click through to the blog for the image.)

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4 Responses to News You Can Use – Sept. 27, 2011

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    Ricardo Bueno September 27, 2011 at 2:44 pm #

    Just wanted to say thank you for linking to my article “33 Tips & Tutorials for Bloggers” – much appreciated!

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    Susy Flory September 28, 2011 at 4:38 pm #

    Hi, Steve. I’ve been enjoying your blog. The Atlantic article on Kindle Daily Deals was particularly timely, especially with the new Amazon Kindle and tablet releases today. Thanks for taking the time and energy to keep us posted on this type of news, as well as your thoughts and your hard-earned wisdom. Thanks!

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      Steve Laube September 28, 2011 at 4:44 pm #

      Thank you for the kind note. It is very much appreciated.
      And congratulations to you for being on the NY Times bestseller list for THUNDER DOG!!!


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        Susy Flory September 28, 2011 at 4:55 pm #

        Thanks, Steve. Or should I say, WOOF! As a point of interest in light of the Atlantic article, Thunder Dog was a Kindle Daily Deal earlier this month at a deep discount. Royalties lost or new readers won? Hoping for the latter!

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