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Ten Questions for Elisabeth Hanscombe

Elisabeth Hanscombe is a psychologist and writer who completed her doctorate in 2011 on the topic ‘Life writing and the desire for revenge’. She has published a number of short stories and essays in the areas of autobiography, psychoanalysis, testimony, trauma and creative non-fiction in Meanjin, Island, Tirra Lirra, Quadrant and Griffith Review as well as in the journals, Life Writing and Life Writing Annual: Biographical and autobiographical studies and in psychotherapy journals and magazines throughout Australia and in the United States. She is winner of the 2014 Lane Cove Literary awards for her short memoir, ‘A trip to the beach’ and was short listed for the Australian Book Review’s […]

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The Key to Building a Strong Author Platform By Robbie Hutchins

This is a guest post from the awesome Social Media Strategist Robbie Hutchins. Robbie Hutchins is a Social Media Strategist and founder of Miracle Worker Social Media. Robbie wants authors and entrepreneurs to be excited by the results of their investment in social media. She wants them to have an irresistible urge to see how their campaigns are going. She wants them to want to know what their daily stats show—how their goals are being smashed. And, she wants them to wish they had hired Miracle Worker sooner! Robbie’s innate knack for social media strategy and her passion for best-practice techniques is backed by over 25 years of experience. Robbie understands what […]

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5 Reasons Publishers Love Bloggers

I’m reblogging this post from Michal Hyatt as I think it’s so helpful. If you haven’t got a blog yet this post will convince you you need one! You can find the original post here. This is a guest post from Chad R. Allen, a blogger and entrepreneur who serves as an editorial director for Baker Publishing Group. In Spring 2016 Baker will publish my next book, coauthored with my friend Daniel Harkavy, titled Living Forward. Find out more about it here. You can follow Chad on Twitter, Facebook, and his blog. If you have ever known a clean-shaven man who quickly grew a beard, you have a clue about […]

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