Free Webinar: How to Connect with Book Bloggers

Steve Piacente, author of Bella & Bootlicker

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In the old days, most politicians, athletes and artists knew better than to argue with people who bought ink by the barrel, meaning those who wrote for newspapers. Today the people with the megaphone – meaning those who can help or hurt you as a writer – don’t even need ink! So if you’re thinking about responding to a negative review, think again. If you give in to the impulse, you’re extending a conversation you’d rather have die a quick death.

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2 Comments so far »

  1. Renee said,

    Wrote on January 19, 2013 @ 5:14 am

    As a blogger. I have found that authors need to appreciate what we do. I hate when I see 500 folloeing and 23,000 followers. We post the contact info and they dont follow back or interact on Facebook.

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    Steve Piacente Reply:

    I couldn’t agree more, Renee. Bloggers have stepped up to review self-published books that mainstream newspapers don’t have the time or interest to take on. Authors shouldn’t treat them like one-night stands. Thanks very much for dropping by and weighing in.

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