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How to Host a Wildly Successful Facebook Author Event

Have you considered hosting a Facebook event to promote yourself as an author? 8 author buddies and I did just that. Today I'm sharing how we did it and 8 essential steps for hosting a wildly successful FB book event. This happened last spring, but our event is still on FB so you can scroll through the amazing posts: Escape to France: Travel Tips from Authors Living in France. To be honest, some sort of magic happened during our event. It wasn't a shouty-grab-my-book-NOW...

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What are you reading Wednesday

Here’s what I’ve been reading: My review of The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena is over on Natasha Orme's blog, Writer, Reader, Lover of Words. Take a read, I'll wait. Natasha's blog is well worth subscribing to, it's full of inspiring helpful words to help with your writing. I also read a fantastic memoir that I'll write about properly when it launches in April 2017. Mainly I've been outside, in the first snowfall for Stockholm this winter. Did I say winter? It's still...

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What are you reading Wednesday: Sedaris and Eskens

Here’s what I’ve been reading: I read Me Talk Pretty One Day by David Sedaris for my book club here in Stockholm. Laughed non stop --- about his oddball family of 5 siblings and his experiences of France. I related all the way through. His sister, Amy, calling to him sitting in the subway as she got off, "So long, David, I hope you can beat that rape charge...

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