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ALLISON WINN SCOTCH on Self-Publishing + THEORY OF OPPOSITES GIVEAWAY!

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Editor’s Note: This is Self-Published Author Week on The Ball! Each day we’ll feature a new self-pubbed author, and a giveaway of their book! I first connected with the lovely Allison Winn Scotch via her site, ASK ALLISON, a blog that gave you the real scoop on book publishing way before it was cool to…
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Kate Hilton on finding courage, hard work + THE HOLE IN THE MIDDLE giveaway!

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Editor’s Note: This is Self-Published Author Week on The Ball! Each day we’ll feature a new self-pubbed author, and a giveaway of their book! When I first came across Kate Hilton’s publication story I was out of the query trenches but deep into the submission process, and trying to balance ALL THE THINGS that come…
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Dahlia Adler Talks Self-Publishing + an Ebook Giveaway of LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT

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Editor’s Note: This is Self-Published Author Week on The Ball! Each day we’ll feature a new self-pubbed author, and a giveaway of her book! I am so excited to have Dahlia Adler as my guest today. When I first peeked into the world of publishing, her blog and Twitter feed became my first must-follows. Not only is…
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News Flash: Minnesota, 100 days, and Motorcycles

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Congratulations to Jamie McCauley, winner of  AT THE WATER’S EDGE by guest author Sara Gruen! And the winner of the Deb prize pack — advanced copies of TINY PRETTY THINGS, THE COINCIDENCE OF COCONUT CAKE, and COME AWAY WITH ME — is Rachel Kramer Bussel. Congratulations, and we hope you enjoy our books Check back…
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My name is Karma, and I’m an Extroverted Introvert.

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We talk a lot about how solitary writing can be. And it is — unless you don’t want it to be, of course. I agree it helps if you’re a writer who likes her own company, because inevitably you will find yourself locked in a room with only your laptop, a cup of old and…
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Confessions of an Extroverted Introvert

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I never really thought of myself as an introvert or an extrovert until recently. I’ve always been fine speaking in front of groups, going out to parties, and being generally festive, as well as hibernating at home with my books and movies. I have always liked a balance of both. It wasn’t until I started staying home and…
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