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It's been a tough week, and this was a hard video to do but it's important to talk about these things so here I am...


If you want to know know more about what to look for there is a great graphic at https://www.worldwidebreastcancer.org/ that illustrates things to look for using lemons as examples. It's actually incredibly helpful. 


Release Day: 365 Days of Quotes for Writers (Includes Media Kit)

Release Day: 365 Days of Quotes for Writers (Includes Media Kit)


Today is release day for 365 Days of Quotes for Writers!

To celebrate I'm touring the web all day with a book blitz. Join in by posting a blog post or social media post and adding the link in the comments section of this post.

365 Days of Quotes for Writers Media Kit


Social Media Blitz:

It's #ReleaseDay for 365 Days of Quotes for Writers by @JoLinsdell! Check out this fab new #book #ForWriters at http://amzn.to/2CUEUi5 Click here to tweet

#NewRelease 365 Days of Quotes for Writers by @JoLinsdell http://amzn.to/2FkvRWa #TBR #Quotes #ForWriters Click here to tweet

Read one quote every day of the year, or just read the book in one sitting http://amzn.to/2CUEUi5 #NewRelease #Books #KDP Click here to tweet

#BookBlitz for  365 Days of Quotes for Writers by @JoLinsdell
http://amzn.to/2FkvRWa #Kindle #Books #Writing #Quotes Click here to tweet

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Product details


ASIN: B078WCJZWF

  • Publication Date: January 17, 2018

About the book


365 Days of Quotes for Writers by Jo Linsdell
Are you looking for daily inspiration for your writing, or to jump-start your creativity? Look no further. This collection of inspirational quotes will help motivate and inspire you. Read one quote every day of the year, or just read the book in one sitting. This quotes collection was compiled with thought, and care, for you to dip into whenever you face a blank page, and need a helping hand.

Whether you're an aspiring writer, or an experienced author, these inspiring quotes, with practical tips and advice to improve your writing skills, will motivate you to finish writing your book. Just dip into these words of wisdom.

Not got a Kindle? No problem! 


Just download the FREE kindle Reading on the device of your choice (phone, tablet, laptop, etc) and you can read any kindle book... including 365 Days of Quotes for Writers ;)




About the author:

Jo Linsdell is the author of numerous books, including; the serial fiction KOSMOS, How To Be Twittertastic, Virtual Book Tours: Effective Online Book Promotion From the Comfort of Your Own Home, Italian for Tourists, A Guide to Weddings in Italy, Out and About at the Zoo,  Fairy May and The Box. She is also the illustrator of the A Birthday Clown for Archer series (written by Kathy Mashburn) and the Jasmine Dreams series (written by Maria Rochelle).

She is the founder and CEO of Writers and Authors and Promo Day. Linsdell studied A-levels in Business Studies, History and Art and has won several awards in her career. She was named the Who's Who in the writing industry in 2009.




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Book Blitz: 365 Days of Quotes for Writers 17th January 2018

2018 Challenges Update: Week 2


2018 Challenges Update: Week 2


We're now into the second week of the new year, and life is anything but boring. This past week had it's highs and lows. I didn't reach all of my goals for week. Life threw me a curve ball and I've been concentrating on dealing with that. 

My curve ball


I have a lump on my breast. Turns out the lump is a cyst. This is what side tracked me this week. To all the females reading this please, please, make sure you check yourself regularly. It's only takes a minute and is so very important. Anyway, I've been to doctors appointments and to the hospital for tests over the past few days (should get results back next week). I'm not too worried so please don't freak out. It's probably nothing serious. It just needs to be taken care of.


On the up


I do have some good news though. I've done better with my challenges this week.

Challenge 1: To write 500 words a day.

I finally coloured in some squares for writing on my habit tracker. Don't get too excited. I only did 2 days, but I did write over 500 words on both so technically I'm not actually that far off my goal when you consider the average over the week. Unfortunately my goal isn't to average 500 words per day over the course of the week, it's to write over 500 words per day period. Still I'm all about searching for the positive side of things this week and at least I improved on last week.

Challenge 2: Read for the 2018 A to Z Challenge.


I read every day except one this week. I made progress on both Moranifesto, and the Online Writers Companion AND I finished my first book for the A to Z Challenge! I read The Art of Fear by Pamela Crane (for the letter A). I'll be doing a review for it soon. 

Challenge 3: Read for Beat The Backlist.


This was a fail again this week as The Art of Fear was a book I got from Amazon and not on my review backlist. 

Challenge 4: Editing

I finished editing 365 Days of Quotes for Writers and got it set up as a pre-order on Amazon ready for release on 17th January. Read my post about it here or hop over to Amazon and pre-order now ;)

Challenge 5: Exercise everyday

This is the one challenge that I've actually managed to do everyday so far. Already feeling better for it too. Been doing mainly variations of squats and crunches. No equipment. All done at home. 

“However difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at.” —Stephen Hawking #Quote #QOTD


How did your second week of 2018 go? Are you on track with your goals for this year? Let me know in the comments below.




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