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The Oldest Social Media Trick In The Book

Happy Thursday, everyone! I am glad to be back to posting after our transition, and I hope you’re happy to be reading my posts again. Most of you don’t know this, but I recently suffered a loss in my family.  I spent many of the hours surrounding my grandma’s passing with my family, getting to […]

It’s Time To Celebrate Our Irish Authors

As this day is a celebration of Irish Culture, or at least was originally intended as such, we are using it to celebrate our Irish authors! Please check out their books, leave reviews for any you have read both on our site and on additional sites, and raise a cheer to their hard work on the 17th with some green beer or nice whiskey.  Now, without further ado, here they are in alphabetical order with a few of their books.

GUEST BLOG: We All Wanted to Be Heroes When We Were Young by Weston Ochse

We are kicking off our guest blogging series with a post by Weston Ochse. This is the first of a four part series documenting his journey with SEAL Team 666. If you haven’t read this book, make sure you do so before it’s in theaters! Today’s post originally appeared in Soldier of Fortune Magazine 2012. […]

How to Make a Twitter Card

Happy Friday, everyone! Earlier this week you may have heard that I attended the Twitter Academy and learned a fancy new marketing skill. You may also have seen some tweets that looked a bit different coming from me (Marissa) that were retweeted by ThirdScribe. Just like all things that we discuss, share, promote, or offer […]

The 5 Ways Authors Can Use Instagram

I know it might seem a bit strange to be talking to the champions of the written word about an app that rarely has a complete sentence accompanying each post, but I’m doing it. Studies have show that Instagram has a higher user interaction rate than Twitter, with interaction being categorized as anything beyond a […]

The Dark Side of Social Media

The average American spends over 3 hours per day on social media.  That is quite a bit of time to hide behind a computer screen and feel all powerful in their own social media universe. While most people are connected to those they know, and sometimes a few people they don’t, you face an additional challenge of being connected to people who don’t know you in your real life.  Let’s go over a few tips that you can use to maintain your sanity, and keep yourself from hiding your personality!