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How To Write Short Stories & Use Them To Market Your Novel: James Scott Bell & Tim Lewis

How to Write Short Stories & Use Them to Market Your Novel: James Scott Bell & Tim Lewis

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For fiction writers pursuing a long-term career, the strategic use of short stories is proving to be a valuable tool for discoverability, honing craft, and bringing joy to the writing life. But what is the key to a successful short story? Tim Lewis interviews bestselling author James Scott Bell to reveal that key and show you how to use it to create memorable stories in any genre. James will also advise on the ways short fiction can be part of your fiction marketing plan.


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James Scott Bell is giving away a copy of his ebook “Fiction Attack! Insider Secrets for Writing and Selling Your Novels & Stories — For Self-Published and Traditional Authors.” Just what are the inner secrets of selling fiction to an ever-growing audience of readers? It’s not just the same old tips you see repeated over and over. It’s almost always a matter of specialized tools and techniques bestselling authors use––consciously or unconsciously––to break away from the slush into bestseller territory.

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Tim Lewis is giving away five copies of the eBook version of the first in my Magpies and Magic fantasy series.

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