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Author Blog Challenge – Writing Prompt #24

Haven’t heard too much from the “pre-published” participants on their thoughts about getting off the fence and writing and/or publishing their books. I sure hope that if you’ve taking the time, effort, and energy to participate in this Challenge that you do see your books through to completion!

Watch this space for an announcement about a new program I’ll be launching soon for women who’ve been thinking about writing that book … and are f-i-n-a-l-l-y ready to get it done.

DAILY RECAPS

The Day 21 prompt asked Challenge participants to discuss the best advice they’d ever received about book publishing, or best advice they might offer to a budding author. Click here for the Day 21 Recap.

DAILY WRITING PROMPTS

If you’d like to see ALL the writing prompts that have been released to date, please visit the PROMPTS page.

ON TO THE FUN STUFF…

Winner for Day 21 Liberty Montano. She wins a gift from Sandi Tuttle for the Day 21 donation! It’s a t-shirt with the image below on it. This white t-shirt is available in XS, S, M, L, XL, and 2XL.

Thanks to Marcie Brock – Book Marketing Maven for the Day 23 donation!

The winner will receive a PDF copy of NICHING MADE EASY. Learn how focusing on a specific niche can easily propel you to the front of the pack. Become THE specialist people call first, regardless of your business or industry. $9.95 value.

WRITING PROMPTS

Onward we go with the 24th writing prompt of the challenge…

If your goal is to sell books, you must view your book as a business. In what ways do you treat your book as a business? Where could you improve? What resources could you leverage to improve your book business?

Writing Prompt #23:

If a Hollywood agent were to come knocking on your door with an offer to turn your book into a movie and told you that you could call all the shots, who would you have direct and star in it? Write the first paragraph of Roger Ebert’s review of your film.

Writing Prompt #22:

Describe your first book signing – real or imagined.

Let the blogging continue!

Laura & Marcie

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The Author Blog Challenge is hosted by Laura Orsini and her alter ego, Marcie Brock, of the Marcie Brock – Book Marketing Maven blog. Please visit Marcie’s blog for loads of great info about low- to no-cost methods of marketing for self-publishing authors.

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