The writing business is one of the most difficult to break into. (into which to break?) Excellent writing and story-telling are not sufficient to publicize your name and what you can do. I do my primary publicizing through my website:
and through various book retailers such as Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Smashwords.
I also belong to a number of groups of aspiring writers, including one called Backlist Books. One of the ways we spread the word about ourselves is to exchange links to our blogs and/or websites. Below, I've placed a list of some of the backlist authors I like. There's a wide variety of genres, so take a look at them and see if there's anything to your taste. You'll be glad you did.
Doranna Durgin, http://doranna.net/wordplay
Marsha Canham, http://marshacanham.wordpress.com
Jacqueline Lichtenberg, http://aliendjinnromances.blogspot.com
Jeffrey A. Carver, http://starrigger.blogspot.com/
Jill Metcalf, http://jillmetcalf.wordpress.com
Terry Odell, http://terryodell.blogspot.com
Maryann Miller, http://its-not-all-gravy.blogspot.com/
Patricia Rice, http://patriciarice.blogspot.com
Pati Nagle, http://patinagle.livejournal.com/
Lorraine Bartlett or Lorna Barrett, http://www.LornaBarrett.blogspot.com
Karen Ranney, http://karenranney.wordpress.com
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