Authors on Twitter seem to be an engaged and loyal group. I’ve been tweeting for years now, under many different handles, but my tweeting has been very sporadic. Today, I have two Twitter accounts that I am actively using; one for my day job, and one for my writing (@ScottJThurman). As I’ve started using Twitter … Continue reading “I’ll Buy Your Book and You Buy Mine” Program
Should a person Blog? Tweet? Post? Is it in his/her best interest? If so, then why? What is the objective? Should you separate your Twitter activity from your Facebook activity, or should you try to meld them all together? These are the questions that I’m trying to figure out, so if you have any insight, … Continue reading To Blog, or Not To Blog
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Another area of the book cover is the “About the Author” section. It’s a very short space, but can be an opportunity to sell the book. Potential readers may decide whether or not to read the book on that little blurb about the author. My first version was bland and meant nothing. This latest version … Continue reading About the Author
I am now slowly beginning to unveil Suicide by Everest and develop a community of people interested in my writing. So far that’s a very small, but fiercely loyal group. 🙂 I am moving from the writing phase of being an authorpreneur and moving to the marketing phase, which I also really enjoy. Some of … Continue reading Creating a Community
“An INCREDIBLE read. Gripping storytelling with an unassuming plot. Could not put this beauty down.” — Andrew W. Suicide By Everest: https://amzn.to/2SqKUUQ Brigham Young VIII wants to kill himself. Brigham “Brig” Young VIII wants to kill himself in a way that will embarrass and publicly shame his self-righteous father. Brig is a high-functioning opiate addict that unwittingly … Continue reading Suicide By Everest – Book Description