Tag "getting published"

  • How to Become a Published Pet Book Author

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      Have you ever dreamed of being a published pet book author? There is something very dreamy, rich, accomplished, and satisfying in being able to admit you are a published author. You are not alone, and BlogPaws is poised to deliver on the promise of uniting… read more

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  • How Bloggers Can Get Published in Magazines

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    by: Carol Bryant The art of pitching is a finely crafted one, and this goes for the process of pitching a magazine. Some say the magazine is dying; others say it is simply changing its shape. Here are some tips of how you can get published… read more

  • From Blog to E-Book and Making it Happen

    E-books are a very popular form of getting your book published. In fact, as bloggers, many of us already have the content intact that can be turned into an e-book. But where to start and how to promote it: Therein comes the dilemma. At the BlogPaws… read more

  • Do’s and Dont’s of Pitching Traditional Print Magazines

    by: Carol Bryant A pitch letter to a magazine editor or website manager is very similar to a blog post. It’s called a “letter” for a reason – it is a letter. It’s a letter personally written to individual journalists, writers, or editors (and more recently… read more

  • When Pets Get Caught in a Break-Up: Then What?

    Imagine the heartbreak involved when a couple splits up and the family dog is caught in the middle. David Pisarra knows all too well, as a nationally recognized pet expert. David is a family law attorney, and Steven is a nationally recognized Pet Expert. David and… read more

  • Getting your book published: Penny Sansevieri

    By Carol Bryant From blog to published book can be done, and the speakers at this year's BlogPaws know just how to show you. In our BlogPaws Speakers Series, we've interviewed several of our speakers and will continue to do so. We kicked off our three-part… read more

  • How to get your book published: Spencer Quinn

    By: Carol Bryant Did you ever have thoughts of seeing your words in print (and the e-form, which lives on forever)? Perhaps, as Robbi Hess shared, turning your blog into a book? Now hold that thought. What if you could meet, in person, Simon & Schuster… read more