Laughter Lifts the Heart
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Tag Archives: Cindy Huff
Pre-Order a Must-Read!
The Cowboys is now available for pre-order! If you prefer print over electronic, you’ll never find a better price than now—$9.99!
Woo-hooo!!! I’m excited to announce The Cowboys collection, releasing August 15th from Smitten (an imprint of Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas). I’ve written very few historical pieces: one that I never published; one, Slider, that won honorable mention in the … Continue reading
Posted in Promotion/Publicity/Marketing, The Cowboys Tagged American West, Cindy E Huff, Cindy Ervin Huff, Cindy Huff, Harvey Girls, Historical Romance, hotel, Jennifer Uhlarik, Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas, Linda W. Yezak, Linda Yezak, LPC, Pegg Thomas, railroad, restaurant, romance, Sandra Hart, Sandra Merville Hart, Sandy Hart, Smitten Historical Romance, Texas, The Cowboys, train depot, trains, western romance 2 Comments
Guest Post: Making an Audiobook
My guest, author Cindy Huff, is kind enough to share her experience turning her debut novel Secrets & Charades into an audiobook. And it is quite a production. Considering I have plans of doing the same in the very near future, … Continue reading
Posted in Guest Posts, Reading, The Business Tagged ACX, audio books, Cindy Ervin Huff, Cindy Huff, making audio books, narrator, New Duet, Secrets and Charades 10 Comments
Create a Marketing Budget, by Cindy Huff
Cindy Huff, author of the incredible, soon-to-be-released novel, Secrets and Charades, had an excellent post on her site, Writer’s Patchwork Blog, and she has generously allowed me to reprint it here in its entirety. This is her Marketing Tip #3. Numbers one (“You … Continue reading