Sarah Bolme, author of Your Guide to Marketing Books in the Christian Marketplace—filled with ideas for marketing a published book—has started a new marketing blog at www.marketingchristianbooks.wordpress.com. If you’d like a copy of her book, just go to the bookstore on my Website: www.stuartmarket.com.
If you'd like to keep up with what is happening with some of your favorite authors, you can receive a monthly newsletter from the Christian Authors Network with all the news about your favorite authors, new books coming out, etc. You can also sign up for their fiction and nonfiction book clubs, allowing you to receive the first chapter of their new books via email so you can read that much before deciding if you want to buy. If you think you might be interested, be sure to sign up online at www.christianauthorsnetwork.com.
Of interest to humor writers: Digital Publishing Corp. has announced the launch of www.NewChristianVoices.com, a new and unique online destination for Christian humor, inspiration, and opinion. The non-denominational Christian humor and lifestyle Website offers insightful and amusing commentary on a variety of topics from some of today's most well-know Christian comedians, as well as some of publishing's best up-and-coming writers.
Novel Teen Book Reviews is a blog that reviews books for teens of all ages. Their site works as a database allowing the viewer to search for books by age range and genre. They are constantly adding new books to their ranks. Contact Jill Williamson at email@example.com for more information or check out the site at www.novelteen.com.