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Pep Talk – Lizzie Harwood
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Pep Talk

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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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10 Reasons to Read Moby Dick

Last Saturday (and by that I mean March 2013), I jumped onboard another of Toby Brother's awe-inspiring Literary Salons - (here in Paris) this time on Moby Dick or The Whale, by Herman Melville (published in 1851). It was 427 pages long. But in teeny-tiny font with itty-bitty footnotes. It required a halogen reading light - I dunno how 19th Century folks read it. I only received the book on Tuesday - four days before the Salon, so I...

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