""Mere literary talent is common;
what is rare is endurance,
the continuing desire to work hard at writing."
- Donald Hall
Two things this time around.
1. I need some direction from you.
2. I've found a great free PR resource on the Web.
How can I help you?
I am writing free courses on writing. I have a list of topics I think are interesting and helpful. I'd like to know what you want. Please send me an email in reply to this, telling me what course you would
like to see. That way I can meet your real needs
instead of trying to guess what they might be.
I've just stumbled upon
a resource for those of you who want to get the
word out about your publication. Here's how it
You write an article (500 words or so)
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you can include a link to your site. Even if you don't have
a site yet, you can include a link to whoever is selling your book. You can also include any off-line contact information.
This is well-targeted PR. If you send out
a press release, unless you make it newsworthy,
it may very well hit the cutting rooom floor. By submitting an article to a syndicate like Idea Marketers, you are offering valuable
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