Subject: Authors Supporting Authors 6/25/2017

Authors Supporting Authors 6.25.2017
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Hello again and I'm wishing you a wonderful new week ahead.

What are your plans for the coming week, in terms of productivity?  

Just a little tip I'd like to share with you.  

Each day, no matter how much you have written down on your "To Do List" make sure that you work on one thing each day that is going to bring money in.  

Isn't that the reason why we decided to work from home? 
Have you ever heard of "Cozy Mysteries?"  According to Wikipedia; Cozy mysteries, also referred to as "cozies", are a sub-genre of crime fiction in which sex and violence are downplayed or treated humorously, and the crime and detection take place in a small, socially intimate community.

I don't know about you but those are the types of mysteries I like to read and my first mystery book coming out will be similar to a "Cozy Mystery."  Mine's not going to be quite as long as some of these I've checked out.  I was under the impression at first that Cozy Mysteries were shorter stories or Novellas but the few I looked up were between 200 and 300 pages. A bit much for me to read in one or two sittings. 

This week I was able to finish setting up the Authors Supporting Authors rotator.  I have a few writers links entered already.  The most recent post explains in a short video just how the rotator works and how it can help you as a new writer trying to get yourself and your book noticed.

Fill out the form on my blog MonnaEllithorpe-Author.com or contact me by email if you have any questions Email: Monna Ellithorpe - Author
I mentioned "Cozy Mysteries" above and I meant to leave a link to the coolest site I found that tells all about them. It's called "Cozy Mystery List" and one of the most extensive lists I think I've seen on any one subject in a very long time.

Did you miss the Weekly Writing Prompt this past week?  Not sure what happened. I just couldn't seem to keep my days straight.  I'll be sure to get it done this week. 
Book Reviews
No new book review to talk about this week.  
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P.S.   I would like to welcome you to join our Facebook group, "Create Yourself Through Writing."  

The group was created to encourage you to begin sharing your writing, especially if you are a new writer, so you WILL want to put your work out to the public and to also learn about marketing your work once you have it published.

This is a closed group so the only people who will see are members of the group.
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