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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Ask Gina: Tips on Writing Your Novel and Getting it Published






Techniques of the Selling Writer


11 comments:

Kessie said...

Thanks so much for doing that video for us! I'm going to ask for all those writing books for Christmas. :-)

Heather said...

i LOVE this and i need to bookmark the clip somehow! that self-editing for fiction writers sounds great. thank you, gina!

Emily M. Akin said...

Hi, all. Great info.

Just to let you know. The video did not transmit in the e-mail from Feedburner. I had to click over to the site to find it.

If you find out how to make videos appear in Feedburner messages, I'd like to know how you did it.

Keep up the good work.

Gina Holmes said...

Thanks for letting me know Emily.

Jennifer said...

Great advice! I received some of this advice before I went to Blue Ridge this year [my first conference] and was able to sit back and just learn instead of stress over selling my novel. I enjoyed talking to you at lunch there. Your book trailer for the new novel was really nice.

Gina Holmes said...

Thanks for the comments.

If anyone has a question that I can address in the next video, please ask away!

Terry Whalin said...

Gina,

Great video. I watched all of it and appreciated the sound advice and tips. Keep up the good work.

Terry Whalin
author of the Write A Book Proposal online course

Gina Holmes said...

Thanks Terry. I owe a lot of my knowledge to you!

Wendy Paine Miller said...

Enjoyed watching this! I identify with your journey.

Can't wait to read Dry as Rain!
~ Wendy

Gina Holmes said...

Thanks Wendy!

Lori-Ann said...

Thank you so much for this video. Honestly, I wonder if I should rethink this. Publishing seems so daunting sometimes, but then there are the days of "Well, it's worth a shot." *SIGH*... I said thanks, right? :D