A Word With Traci Writer How-to!

Indie writers can always use more tips! These sound terrific!

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Welcome, Traci Sanders!

 

Traci is the ultra writers’ resource-person for how-to and support–plus she’s a novelist and children’s author. She’s taking over as my guest today with advice on how to create marketing hooks.

Be sure to subscribe to her mailing list at AWordWIthTraci.com for year-round advice and info every independent author needs. I’m a major fan of Traci’s, and I’m proud to have her as a member of Fresh Ink Group and GeezWriter.

 

Now, for honoring my blog and website with a stop on her tour, I introduce Traci Sanders!

 

 

Traci: I’ve decided to give away two prizes during this tour:

*ONE unsigned paperback copy of Before You Publish– Volume I 

*ONE unsigned paperback copy of Beyond The Book –Volume II 

To enter, all you have to do is email me a proof of purchase of a digital copy of either…

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Book Review: Beyond the Hidden Sky (Star Trails Tetralogy, #1) by Marcha A. Fox @startrailsIV

Here’s a really nice review of “Beyond the Hidden Sky” from fellow author, Kim Cox. Check out her mysteries some time!

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About The AuthorMARCHA

Marcha Fox is a prolific writer who has addressed a wide variety of subjects but her favorite is science fiction. It began as a love of astronomy which eventually led to a bachelor of science degree in physics from Utah State University followed by a 21 year career at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas where she held a variety of positions including technical writer, engineer and eventually manager. Her NASA experiences included trips to Cape Canaveral in Florida, visiting other NASA centers in Mississippi, Alabama and Maryland as well as trips to the European Space Agency in The Netherlands but the most memorable was the sad task of helping to recover space shuttle debris in East Texas following the tragic Columbia accident in 2003.

Her Star Trails Tetralogy Series incorporates her knowledge of physics and space travel within a family saga set on a primitive…

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