Five tips for helping out an author . . . or any artist really

Friends don’t let their writing friends down! Great advice from A. E. Stueve.

The Novel Fox recently released my third book and it got me thinking about how novel creation is a community effort. I mean there is a writer, an editor, a design team, some marketing people, etc, etc, etc. . . . It’s ridiculous really. This seems strange, I know, considering the art of writing is so solitary. Ah, it’s a paradox . . . .

Anyway.

I greatly appreciate all of my friends and family members supporting me on social media, pushing that “like” button and whatnot whenever one of my books is released. I love it when they purchase it and tell me how great it is. It’s fantastic and, in fact, it’s one of the reasons I do what I do. But in this age of the Internet and ebooks and other crazy sci-fi creations that didn’t exist a few scant decades ago, it can be difficult being a writer…

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