A Very Happy Christmas to All My Readers!

Just wanted to take this opportunity to wish all my readers a Very Happy Christmas!

Even if you don’t celebrate the religious festival, I hope you enjoy the festive period. Thank you for reading at least some of my blog posts this year, and contributing to some interesting discussions.

Naturally, many people at this time are fully occupied with family celebrations. If you have any time on your hands over the holiday period, though – or you just need a break from the festivities – the forum at myWritersCircle.com is always open for discussions about writing, or any subject you choose in The Coffee Shop.

If you feel like doing some reading – maybe on your new Kindle or tablet – you may like to check out my post “Nine Top Ebooks About Writing That Are Free Today“. As far as I know, all these ebooks are still free!

And if Santa brings you a bit of extra cash, here are links to my posts spotlighting some high-quality resources I recommend for any aspiring writer…

Geoff Shaw’s Kindling – Still the number one resource for Kindle authors.

CanvaKala Photo Editing Plugin for WordPress – I use this all the time to find and edit photos for my blog.

Grammarly proofreading and editing software – The latest version is much improved on its predecessors. There is also a free browser extension you can download.

Piggyback Publishing Profits – The latest guide from the prolific Amy Harrop sets out a clever method of “piggy-backing” on the success of popular titles to drive sales of your own books and ebooks..

Kindle Quiz – This sets out another approach to ebook publishing I really like. Quiz books are “hot” right now, and easy to publish for Kindle if you follow the step-by-step advice in this guide. The method combines very well with the one set out in Piggyback Publishing Profits, incidentally.

Write Any Book in Under 28 Days – I couldn’t close without mentioning my own top-selling writing course, which has been used by thousands of writers to plan and write a full-length book of their own.

Any of the above would be a great investment for your writing career in 2016.

Once again, I do hope you have a wonderful Christmas, and a happy and creative new year. Thank you for being a valued reader of Entrepreneur Writer.

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