Laura Didyk's Groups (7)

  • Western Massachusetts

    27 members Latest Activity: Oct 17, 2010

    Western Mass members of She Writes: are you out there? Say hello, introduce yourself. Would be great to find ways to connect, meet up, share event…

  • Crossover Writers

    46 members Latest Activity: Jul 29, 2010 Are you trying to get the hang of a new mode of writing? Going from journalism to playwriting, children's lit to adult, or novels to memoirs? This…

  • Marketing and Promotion

    916 members Latest Activity: Oct 6 A group where authors can share advice and ideas about how to promote the hell out of our books and ourselves in this evolving publishing climate.

  • poetry social

    471 members Latest Activity: 11 hours ago

    Drop in here to discuss what you’re working on or what you’re reading. Share information about your upcoming releases, news and reviews, and…

  • Screenwriters & Story Editors

    175 members Latest Activity: Jun 23, 2013 A group for new, pro, and aspiring screenwriters of all genres to share their questions, experience, and resources.

  • Bloggers: Let's Make It Work!

    2629 members Latest Activity: 24 minutes ago

    Whether you are using blogging as a way to let the world get to know you, market your book, or prepare the world for your talents, the form offers…

  • Memoir Writers

    1147 members Latest Activity: Oct 2 A place to discuss the trials and tribulations--and the triumphs--of that difficult art to master, memoir writing...

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Lorraine Currelley replied to the discussion 'What works in a book cover? What's your philosophy?'
"The understated cover of Fifty Shades of Grey appealed to me. It sparked my interest and stood out from the others. I see versions of the other covers all the time.  Ultimately a cover should be well thought out and not sell it's potential…"
21 minutes ago
Kelly Hashway replied to the discussion 'What did you blog about today?' in the group Bloggers: Let's Make It Work!
"I'm featuring Oliver's Hunger Dragon today. Stop by. http://kellyhashway.blogspot.com/2014/10/friday-feature-olivers-hunger-dragon.html"
24 minutes ago
Lorraine Currelley commented on the blog post 'What Makes A Book A Success?'
"This article hit me where I live. It's a message all writers and aspiring writers need to read. Writing requires work and study. It is not easy. My satisfaction comes with the joy of writing. The joy of having someone appreciate my work, but…"
50 minutes ago
Lorraine Currelley liked Kamy Wicoff's blog post What Makes A Book A Success?
1 hour ago

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