by Sarah Hamaker, reluctant marketer

Over the past two months, we’ve talked about basic query don’ts and dos. This month, we’ll discuss the anatomy of a query letter. Read More →

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by Sarah Hamaker, reluctant marketer

Last month, we talked about basic query don’ts. This month, we’ll tackle basic query dos. We’ll wrap up in September with the anatomy of a query letter. Read More →

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by Sarah Hamaker, reluctant marketer

Last month, we talked about how to find outlets for your articles. Today’s topic is how to pitch those articles to editors in a query. In our fast-paced world, writers often have only less than a minute in which to make a good impression on editors, producers and publishers. That’s why every writer should hone a fantastic query or pitch for each piece of work, whether it’s an article, a book, or a radio or TV segment. Read More →

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by Sarah Hamaker, reluctant marketer

Last month, we talked about how to figure out topics for articles. Today, we’ll tackle how to find outlets for your articles. Note that these will mostly be unpaid but since you’re using these articles for promotion, it’s okay to carefully choose some outlets for your work that don’t pay writers (or pay very little). Read More →

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By Sarah Hamaker, reluctant marketer

Last month, we talked about how writing articles can be a fantastic marketing tool and platform booster. Today, we’ll tackle how to figure out what to write about for both fiction and nonfiction authors. Read More →

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