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The Writer’s Double Burden: Marketing

Posted by Julie on August 16, 2013 in About Me, Christians Read, Julie Arduini, Life Lessons, Writing |

It’s my week to stop by Christians Read and share my thoughts. This week I talked about marketing. The average reader probably doesn’t think about all an author needs to do to not just create a book, but persuade people it is worth buying.

check_it_outI also talked about my practice run into marketing.

I’d love for you to stop by, read, and leave a comment. While there, read the other posts, too. My favorite authors are there: Hannah Alexander, Elizabeth Goddard, Sarah Goebel, Kristen Heitzmann,Vicki Hinze, Maureen Lang, Yvonne Lehman, Kathi Macias, Tara Randel, James L. Rubart, and Lynette Sowell.

You can find my latest post here.

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Does Your Perception on Reputation Match Reality?

Posted by Julie on May 23, 2013 in About Me, Christians Read, encouragement, Julie Arduini, Life Lessons, Writing |

crlogotextureHave you heard of the blog Christians Read? I blog every other Wednesday opposite Maureen Lang. Other author/bloggers include Vicki Hinze, Kathi Macias, Sarah Goebel, Hannah Alexander, James L. Rubart, Elizabeth Goddard, Tara Randel, Lynette Sowell, Yvonne Lehman, and Kristen Heitzmann.

I know, I’m not offended that you are wondering what on Earth is my name doing with these. I question it every time I post. But I thank God for the opportunity and enjoy the ride.

This week I’m sharing about reputation. Do you ever think about yours? Do you think it matches up with reality?

Take a look.

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COTT: Choose a Book to Tour with the Clash of the Titles Blog Alliance

Posted by Julie on September 3, 2012 in COTT, Guest blogger, Julie Arduini, Writing |

It’s August and the cusp of
changing seasons, but here at Clash of

the Titles we never vary our quest
for perfect fiction. Here are five more titles hot

off the press for your contemplation.

 

A

governess, a spy for Abraham Lincoln, a spoiled rich girl, a
hideaway, and a

thief…what could be more
enticing?

 

Remember…vote

for the book you’d most like to add to your favorite reads
pile, and share the

news with your friends and family! Vote today through next
Tuesday when the

polls close at Midnight EST; then come back on THURSDAY to
find out which book received

the most votes. The winner will tour with our Clash of the
Titles blog

alliance, so have fun being a roadie without all the heavy
lifting if you want

to go along. And now…Peruse, Ponder, Press the button of
your choice.

 

 

 

Hunter’s
Prize
, by Marcia
Gruver

When Addie left her sheltered Mississippi
life to

become governess to Ceddy Whitfield, she never dreamed she’d
be undertaking her

most challenging role yet. But after a brutal attack on her
peculiar charge and

a break-in that threatens the serenity of Whitfield Manor,
Addie’s coveted new

life is set on a dangerous course.

 

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The
Seekers
, by Sadie and Sophie Cuffe

Union Cavalry Captain Lawrence
Wainwright has one

goal: to make sure his horse survives the war. But when he
becomes President

Lincoln’s spy, Lawrence assumes the identity of a
slow-witted boy/man and

suddenly he’s undercover protector to an aging slave and his
two young

grandchildren, and to Rachel, a stubborn Yankee woman on a
mission of her own.

 

The Black
Rose
, by Naomi
Musch

Desert Breeze Despite the panic of 1893, logging
reaches its golden

era in the growing state of Wisconsin, and twins Jesilyn and
Corianne Beaumont

enjoy a comfortable life with family in the bursting Great
Lake city of

Superior. But when jealousy incites Jesi to seduce Cori’s
fiance, a flight and

fall from grace lands her in a boom town brothel, where a
fresh start is denied

her.

 

Found in
the Woods
, by LoRee
Peery

Beth Phillips returns to
Platteville, Nebraska in

order to begin a new life and to hide from her abusive
ex-husband, but finds a

displaced wolf as well as field biologist, Aiden Holt, who
is following up on

reported wolf sightings. Two souls, each lost in their own
way, are brought

together by one of God’s beautiful creations to hopefully
find their destiny in

the woods.

 

 

Bees in the Butterfly
Garden
, by Maureen Lang

Raised in an exclusive boarding
school among Fifth

Avenue’s finest, Meg Davenport learns her late father wasn’t
the wealthy

businessman she thought, but one of the Gilded Age’s most
talented thieves.

Throwing etiquette aside, Meg is determined to help his friend
Ian pull off his

biggest heist yet, but are they both in over their
heads?

 

 

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Christians Read Now Available on Kindle for .99 a Month

Posted by Julie on August 3, 2012 in About Me, Christians Read, encouragement, God's Word, Julie Arduini, Life Lessons, Writing |

If you enjoy reading Vicki Hinze, Hannah Alexander, Kathi Macias, Elisabeth Goddard, Maureen Lang, Sarah Goebel, James Rubart, Camy Tang, Lynette Sowell, Yvonne Lehman, Kristen Heitzmann and me, subscribe now!


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Christians Read Team with The Book Club Network for Contest

Posted by Julie on June 6, 2012 in Book Review, Christians Read, Julie Arduini, Writing |

Julie’s Note: I blog every other Wednesday with Christians Read.

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Christians Read has teamed up with The Book Club Network for a special contest. Details follow!
June 19-21

Enter the contest at The Book Club Network HERE.

Contest runs for the month of June. Be sure to enter–otherwise, you can’t win!

And please join us on FACEBOOK and Twitter!

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But God Had Other Plans

Posted by Julie on September 15, 2011 in About Me, Christians Read, encouragement, God's Word, Julie Arduini, Life Lessons, surrender, Writing |

If you love reading you’re going to be as excited as I am. It was mere weeks ago when author Vicki Hinze had an idea. You can tell when God is behind it when the doors of favor swing wide open. She wondered if there was such a thing as a blog where writers share thoughts about reading, writing, quotes and inspirational thoughts. Her original plan was to join a pre-existing blog.

But God had other plans.

It didn’t take long before Vicki knew she was meant to start a blog with the intentions she was looking for. Authors of all levels came forward expressing their interest to join them.

I was one of them.

Soon the blog had an URL, Facebook page and Twitter account. Authors completed the paperwork. Vicki created a schedule.

Today is launch day for the new blog Christians Read.

 

 

 

Elizabeth Goddard is the first Christians Read blogger. Other authors include Lynette Sowell, Vicki, Hannah Alexander, Maureen Lang, Yvonne Ortega, Yvonne Lehman, Kathi Macias, Camy Tang, and Sarah Goebel. Weekend posts will be from authors sharing more on the writing craft.

My first post will be Wednesday, September 21.

Join us, won’t you?

 



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