Hello and welcome to the first post in the new series,
Tips and Topics for Writers,
presented every 3rd Wednesday of the month!
Tips and Topics for Writers
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This month's topic will help you produce images that are accepted by amazon for your print books and A+ Content. (Next month I'll share my experience with creating A+ Content for my Girls Succeed! book.)
Why did I choose to share tips with writers?
- Because I am a writer always looking to learn something new to improve my writing and find new ways to make the job easier. I'm sure you feel the same way.
- I also love teaching. My mom and grandmother were teachers, so I think I have the gene for teaching.
- Plus, I love the camaraderie among fellow writers. When I first entered the writerly world, I was surprised at how authors helped each other. They were, and they are, generous with their support of each other. I have not met one who believes another writer's work is competing with theirs. One little tidbit shared on this blog may bring on a "light bulb" moment for another writer!
You are invited to share a topic or writing tip. Please email me and I will schedule a guest post. Thank you.
Creating Images for Print Books
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Great tips on how to load pictures right for Amazon. I'll have to read this post again if I ever need to do this. I love that you're going to be sharing your tips regularly.
Thanks, Natalie. I have lots to share!!
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