Character Interview with August – Emotional Paramedics Main Character

The Emotional Paramedics by Susan Barton Virtual Book Tour has concluded, but we have the Character Interview with main character August Gallagher here. **************************************************************** Welcome, August! We’re so glad you’re here to chat with readers. Your story is an interesting… Read more

“Don’t Give Up” Author Guest Post by Susan Barton

  “Don’t Give Up” – Author Guest Post by Susan Barton My book, Emotional Paramedics, comes in at just about two hundred pages, yet it took me almost five years to finish and finally publish it. There were several reasons… Read more

Emotional Paramedics by Susan Barton Virtual Book Tour Stop

  Paperback:200 pages Publisher:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 7, 2016) Language:English ISBN-10:1536960322 ISBN-13:978-1536960327   ABOUT THE BOOK: August Gallagher is a sweet and intelligent Brooklyn girl just trying to find her place in the world during the turbulent 1960s. Unfortunately,… Read more

Emotional Paramedics by Susan Barton FREE Promotion

Just a super quick post to let readers know that my new coming-of-age novel, Emotional Paramedics, is FREE this weekend! ABOUT EMOTIONAL PARAMEDICS: August Gallagher is a sweet and intelligent Brooklyn girl just trying to find her place in the… Read more

Why Authors Should Appreciate Book Reviewers by Susan Barton

Reviews sell books. Most authors know this. Yet, it surprises me how many authors actively seek reviews, yet neglect to acknowledge the efforts of their readers/reviewers. A follow-up email is always greatly appreciated by a book reviewer. Thanking reviewers is… Read more

Just Say No to Copyright Infringement by Susan Barton

I recently discovered that someone was using one of my original graphics on her website. It was a fluke that I even found it, really, but as soon as I saw it, I contacted her and politely asked that she… Read more

11 FREE Marketing Ideas for Authors by Susan Barton

  Indie authors often admit that they never anticipated just how difficult book marketing would be. There’s no way around it – the minute a book is published, it’s necessary to switch hats and go from writer to marketer. A… Read more

How To Write a Book Review by Susan Barton

Judging by the amount of books that are published and sold every year, reading is still a valued pastime. Most often, the reason readers take the time to review a book is because we have some definite opinions about the… Read more

5 Freelance Writing Gigs You May Want to Avoid

If you’re new to freelance writing you’re probably discovering how difficult it can be to earn a living at it. I’ve traveled just about every freelance writing route available and have gained a great deal of experience while doing it…. Read more