As I've flown from one blog to another, I've discovered some interesting posts.
1. Hilary Melton-Butcher, at Positive Letters, did a fascinating post of glass books. Yes, I said, "glass!"
2. Sarah Martin Byrd talks about marketing your writing at festivals.
3. Zoe McCarthy gives us tips on how to find the "sweet spot" with readers.
Writers: What are some writing techniques you use to connect with your audience?
Readers: Books come in all shapes, sizes, and mediums these days. What's your favorite - print, e-book, coffee table books, paperbacks, hardcover, or some other type?
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Hi Susan .. thanks for linking over the my glass books - they're amazing aren't they - I just love them ... so beautiful and thought provoking.
I do prefer print to read and to refer to ... but I've got the Kindle and use ... I've read about 25% of Karen's 101 Homeschool co-op .. and it's good ..
Hi Susan, I blog and use FB to connect. Drop by the Muffin when you get a chance and leave a comment if you can. Thanks. Info on my blog.
Hard cover... definitely! Preferably with a yellow marker ;)I love to highlight one-liners, favorite phrases, good questions, triggers, just anything that I would like to remember. Sometimes they inspire me to write a blog post.
There are so many wonderful blogs to visit, aren't there? Hilary's is always a favorite too (besides yours of course!).
Hi Susan, stopping in to pay you a howdy ! I use paperbacks and I do have a kindle I love to use.
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