Resources quick list & #IndieMonth2017 wrap-up! Authors & bloggers, sign up to participate in next year’s event here!
Have you enjoyed the 2017 Indiependence Celebration? I've had SUCH a great time chatting with all of you about everything from genres and tropes to the nitty gritty of blogging! And I'm so tired, I may just fall right out of my chair as soon as this post is up. Whew! Hope you all had as much fun as I did these past four weeks celebrating Indiependence in romance. Authors and bloggers: Interested in participating as a speaker or sponsor of next year's event? Sign up below and I'll drop you a line when I start planning! <3
July 11, 2017
From the app store to The Ripped Bodice: Romance reading at a glance #IndieMonth2017 #giveaway #BookBloggers
This is the last original post of #IndieMonth2017, and I wanted to end on an inclusive, conversational note. Today Im chatting about my journey through various e-readers, reader apps, and bookstores, and posing some concerns about the future of the publishing industry and how authors' (and readers') freedom might be challenged in the years to come. Come on in, put your feet up, and leave a comment to add your thoughts to the conversation! This is your last chance to enter the Indie Month giveaways!
July 9, 2017
Four must-have tech goodies for Book Bloggers #IndieMonth2017 #giveaway #BookBloggers
Themes and plugins set the tone for your site, and original graphics bring focus to the areas you want to highlight. The options for themes, plugins, and graphics programs & apps are endless, and searching through them can be a real headache. I'll point out a few excellent resources to get you started. Note-taking is also a must (for me, anyway!) when putting together book reviews, and social media planners help you streamline your promotional efforts. More below!
July 6, 2017
Book Blogging 101: How to find Review Copies and stand out as a blogger #IndieMonth2017 #giveaway #BookBloggers
You've decided that blogging is right for you, you've set up your blogging platform, and it's time to make your first post. What will you post about? How do you get those coveted early review copies? In today's #BookBlogging101 article, we'll chat about all that, plus tips for making your article stand out from the crowd. I'll share real examples from my own blog, and there are two fab giveaways at the bottom of the post!
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~ author Moriah Densley
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Sue “DaVinciKittie” Brown-Moore is a veteran romance blogger, reviewer, and podcaster, and is the primary voice for GraveTells.com. Sue has been shamelessly pimping book boyfriends since 2010 and has won several blogging awards with GraveTells. Sue is also a freelance Developmental Editor passionate about helping authors bring out the best in their stories. She loves reading romance, fantasy, and sci-fi and edits any genre she reads for pleasure. You can follow Sue’s editing blog, with insight and advice for authors, at DaVinciKittie.com.
All reviews posted by GraveTells are our honest opinions. We do not receive payment or compensation for these reviews and, in some cases, use our own money to purchase the books for review. So read on with the confidence that what we say is really what we mean! =)
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