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Six Steps To Promoting Your Project Online

By: Catherine Brunelle There are several essential ingredients to a planning a strong crowdfunding campaign. One particular ingredient that can easily be overlooked (much like the baking soda while making cookies) is your public relations plan. So, in the build-up to your crowdfunding push, here’s a quick recipe for exposure. We’ll mostly focus on online […]...

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5 Signs You’re A Writing Pro

By: Daphne Gray Grant As a professional writer and editor for 35 years, I have a pretty good idea about what it takes to succeed over the long haul. In fact, I can spot a newbie a mile away. Here are five key differences I’ve noticed between writing freshmen and seniors. The professionals always… 1) […] The post 5 Signs You’re A Writing Pro appeared fi...

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The Importance Of Sharing Stories

1. Tell us about your latest book, Sticks And Stones…And Words That Hurt Me. Sticks and Stones…and Words That Hurt Me is an anthology of short stories and poetry, from seven different authors, that I put together to support domestic violence awareness. There is a blend of memoir and fiction. I included two of my […] The post The Importance Of Sharing Stories...

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Book Review: No Turning Back By: Dan Burns

*I’ve received no monetary or in-kind compensation for this book review. All opinions are my own* Review by: Lydia Sheehan Quote Worthy:     A book of short stories can be hit or miss. If every story isn’t absolutely amazing, you can be left feeling unsure of how to feel about the book as a whole. […] The post Book Review: No Turning Back By: ...

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A Fashion Blog Created By Chance

1- Tell me about your blog. What inspired you to start it? Diva In Me is a place where I share my love for fashion, beauty and travel. It’s basically a lifestyle blog and a window to my world. Actually, it was a friend’s suggestion to start a blog. One day, I was having coffee […] The post A Fashion Blog Created By Chance appeared first on Pubslush Blog. ...

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Post Graduate Tips for Entering the Publishing Industry

By: Samantha Abernathy If you are like me, an English major greatly approaching graduation and itching to enter the publishing industry, then you understand that, like most goals, this is not as easy as it sounds. Of course for many of the entry level jobs, one of the requirements is that you “must have a […] The post Post Graduate Tips for Entering the Publis...

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The Kind of Writer I Want To Be

By: P.S. Bartlett I’ve believed since I dedicated myself to this journey two years ago that I knew exactly what kind of writer I wanted to be. Since I wrote the first sentence of my first novel, that dedication hasn’t wavered. A simple little sentence started it all. “Ennis found a bird.” I’ve had no formal […] The post The Kind of Writer I Want To Be...

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7 Halloween Books To Get You Into The Spooky Spirit

Everyone loves to scare themselves once in a while right? I mean, there’s a reason that horror movies are so popular, especially with Halloween just around the corner. The Pubslush team got together and came up with the Halloween books we can’t get enough of. Carrie by Stephen King You’ve probably seen at least one […] The post 7 Halloween Books To Get...

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Finding Luck In The Publishing Process

By: Cara Lopez Lee How does writing give you a voice you wouldn’t normally have? Writing is my way of giving back to the world the sense of abundant love, beauty, and adventure it has given to me, not by reciting what others have said, but by offering my own way of seeing things. In doing […] The post Finding Luck In The Publishing Process appeared first ...

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