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Authors Kristy Denice Bock and Raven Starr discuss their journey as authors and how they navigate the publishing world.

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With varying social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Tumblr, and others, it's hard to get notice and recognition without understanding how media and adverising work. Join Kristy Bock and Raven Starr as they discuss... more

You wrote a book, now what? Join The Literary Goddess, Kristy Bock in the navigation of different ways to get your work in the hands of agents and publishers. From Pitch Wars to Submission Calls, Social Media offers new... more

We will take a look at some of the different myths about writing. Also how do we stay motivated, and what have we learned over the years that might help fellow authors with their current path. Thanks for joining us in this episode. Our mission... more

A discussion of the reviews posted this week on The Literary Goddess Book Review and Author Services. Minimum Wage Magic by Rachel Aaron Three Mages and a Margarita by Annette Marie Demon Hunter by Linsey Hall Heart of... more

On this episode of Goddess talks, we'll review what happens after you've finished writing 'the end'. Join Goddess Talks for tips from the pros on things like query letters, pitches, and what to do after you've submitted your story. Tips for -... more

Weekly Recap of Book Reviews: Catherine Bybee - Fool Me Once BR Kingsolver - Shadow Hunter Nicole Snow - Accidental Knight Neil Gaiman - Neverwhere Karin Slaughter - Pretty Girls and Pieces of Her Rachel Aaron - Minimum Wage... more

This week on Goddess Talks, we will discuss how social media both hinders and helps authors achieve success. Have you ever looked at how many people your posts have reached? Does advertising on Facebook, Instagram, or... more

A discussion about the following book reviews: 1984 - George Orwell Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury Portrait of Dorian Gray - Oscar Wilde Dracula - Bram Stoker Frankenstein - Mary Shelley The Prodical Son - Dean Koontz

Escapism. The thought process of wanting to leave the world behind. It only takes five seconds on Facebook or Twitter to see that the world is at a boiling point. Let's take a moment; have a mug of tea, and relax. Today's episode will be all... more

A glimpse into the life of an over-caffeinated, awkward, would-be author who enjoys reading, writing, and getting to know her fellow authors.

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