Embedding Amazon Previews on Your Website

Originally posted on Story Empire:
Hello, SEers! Harmony here 🙂 Recently, I had to update my webpage to reflect a book release due out soon. I realised that I had forgotten completely how to make the book previews that I’d done for my other books, lols. So, good old Google came to the rescue. Then…

The Story Empire Roadshow Winners

Happy Palm Sunday! (Okay, I know that has nothing to do with our tour, but I’ve been tying palm crosses all morning, and it felt appropriate.) It’s also Hubby’s birthday today, so let me give a shout-out to him. Happy Birthday, Honey! On to business… Last week was a busy one for me and the…

C. S. Boyack and Character in Will O’the Wisp

Hi, everybody. I’m so glad you can join me today. I’m traveling all over the place. You can find me at Delilah Devlin’s site and Mary E. Thompson’s site, as well as making my last tour stop with Mae Clair. But I’m especially excited to welcome C. S. Boyack here as we round out the Story Empire…

Harmony Kent’s Fictional Tour of the Forest of Dean

Today, the Story Empire Roadshow takes me to visit author P. H. Solomon, while I host author Harmony Kent. I’m so glad to have her here for the first time. Let’s give her a warm welcome. Take it away, Harmony! Hello, everyone, Harmony Kent here. Welcome to my tour stop on the Story Empire Roadshow….

Joan Hall Interviews Driscoll Lake’s Matt Bradford

Well, the tour continues today. I will be at Romance University talking about deep point of view, and I’ll also be visiting Story Empire author Joan Hall and taking a bookmobile tour of Pittsburgh. As our Story Empire Roadshow rolls forward, I’m happy to welcome a repeat visitor to my site—Joan Hall. Joan released her…

P.H. Solomon’s Writing Journey

Well, we’re off on another stop on the Story Empire Roadshow tour. Today, I’ll be visiting Harmony Kent. But here, I’m pleased to introduce a new author to my site, a great guy and talented author who also happens to be the newest member of Story Empire—P. H. Solomon. Today we’re going to learn all…

Mae Clair Says a Storm is Brewing

Hi, everyone. Today Story Empire is starting a virtual roadshow. The six authors are “taking their show on the road” and touring each other’s sites. I’ll be featured on a few other sites this week, too. Today, you can find me at Marlena Smith’s site as well as at Story Empire’s C. S. Boyack’s site….

Let’s take this show on the road!

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Hey gang, Craig here. As you know, Story Empire is a cooperative effort of six talented authors. We try to bring you some wonderful content on this blog, but we’re all authors, too. Doing a bit of collaborative promotion is part of the deal. This week we’re going on the…

Curated Content 31 March 2017

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It’s Friday, glorious Friday, always a cause for celebration! While you’re getting ready to kick off your weekend celebration, the Story Empire authors have cobbled together a collection of goodies for you to digest at your leisure. For an appetizer, I recommend Monday’s SE post What Your Website is Likely Missing by…

What’s Your Preference?

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Hello, SE Friends. Mae here today, ready to talk support and organizations. As authors when we sit down and peck away at the keyboard, it’s a solitary process. If you’re like me, you have a cat poking in every so often and strolling across your keyboard or curling up on…

Satisfying Ends to Series

This week marks the end of two television series that I watch and love—Grimm and Bones. Grimm is on its sixth season, Bones its twelfth. And they share more with each other than eerie titles. I think there are several reasons why these series had such broad appeal: Each episode was a self-contained mystery while…

What Your Author Website is Likely Missing, Pt. 1

Over at Story Empire today, we’re discussing an important and often neglected aspect of the author website. I’ll give you a hint—it’s something that is tremendously helpful for marketing, and almost no authors take advantage of it. Curious? Please go check it out by clicking here. And leave a comment; we’d love to know what…