The Voices In My Head

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  I am excited that Nothing Any Good can be utilized as a platform not only for assisting writers throughout the writing process and promoting their works, but also as a platform to explore new works from up-and-coming authors. Despite what some might think, I don’t believe writing should always be done in a vacuum. Having a […]

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10 Marketing Tips for Children’s Authors (Part 2)

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How to Organize Your Classroom Visit For Children’s Authors looking to spread the word on their books. by Helen Laycock and Dan Buri   If you missed Part 1 of  10 Marketing Tips for Children’s Authors, you should read it. In Part 2, Helen Laycock explores Tip Number 1–Visit Schools and Libraries–a little further.   In Part […]

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10 Marketing Tips for Children’s Authors

10 Marketing Tips for Children's Authors

How to Increase  the Exposure of Your Children’s Book by Helen Laycock   1. Visit schools and libraries I taught at primary school level (for children aged 7 – 11) for many years, during which time I came to understand that many teachers lack confidence in instigating and following through creative writing lessons, yet being able […]

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Interview with Author Ellen Mansoor Collier

I am pleased to have Ellen Mansoor Collier join us here at Nothing Any Good. Ellen is the author of Jazz Age mystery series that has been called Boardwalk Empire meets Downton Abbey. The fourth book in the series—Vamps, Villains, and Vaudeville—was released last summer.  Welcome Ellen! Happy to be here—so flattered!   You enjoy alliteration in each of your […]

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