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Paper Hearts Tour Headquarters

Beth Revis is the NY Times bestselling author of the Across the Universe series. The complete trilogy is now available in more than 20 languages. Beth is also the author of The Body Electric and several short stories. Her nonfiction books, the Paper Hearts series, gives writers advice on craft, publishing, and more. A native of North Carolina, Beth is currently working on a new novel for teens, tentatively scheduled for 2016. She lives in rural NC with her boys: one husband, one son, and two massive dogs.

Over the course of the next few weeks we’ll be celebrating her Paper Hearts series with one week dedicated to each of the books topic. We’re kicking things off April 11th with writing, and each week one of our hosts will be sharing a tip from Beth herself.



Help readers discover your work.
Once your book is out there, you realize that the most difficult thing about publishing is actually getting read. For the novice author looking to find actionable methods of gaining exposure, this volume will provide a foundation for marketing that will help kickstart any writing career.

Practical Advice Meets Real Experience

After the book is published, your job as a writer isn’t done. Paper Hearts will help you:
-Find Balance between Art and Business
-Develop an Online Presence
-Examine and Exploit the Way People Buy Books
-Set Up Basic Tools for Communication
-Discuss Best Practices to Get Reviews
-Analyze What’s Worth Your Time & Money
-Develop Live and Online Book Tours & Events
-Host Live Events, Even if You’re an Introvert
…And much more!

BONUS! Includes a list of the most common social media outlets and the best practices for authors to use them and reach readers.




Week Three Stops – Some Marketing Advice
April 25th – 29th

Monday – Jessica Brooks
Tuesday – Wendy Wiggins
WednesdayPaula Stokes
ThursdaySonya Gensler
FridayThe YA WordNerds

a Rafflecopter giveaway

paperhearts1Bird by Bird meets Save the Cat in this new writing advice book by NY Times bestselling author Beth Revis. With more than 100000 reads on Wattpad, this newly expanded and rewritten edition features 350 pages of content, including charts and a detailed appendix.
Fight the blank page.

When it comes to writing, there’s no wrong way to get words on paper. But it’s not always easy to make the ink flow. Paper Hearts: Some Writing Advice won’t make writing any simpler, but it may help spark your imagination and get your hands back on the keyboard.

Practical Advice Meets Real Experience

With information that takes you from common mistakes in grammar to detailed charts on story structure, Paper Hearts describes:

-How to Develop Character, Plot, & World
-What Common Advice You Should Ignore
-What Advice Actually Helps
-How to Develop a Novel
-The Basics of Grammar, Style, & Tone
-Four Practical Methods of Charting Story Structure
-How to Get Critiques and Revise Your Novel
-How to Deal with Failure
…And much more!

BONUS! More than 25 “What to do if…” scenarios to help writers navigate problems in writing from a NY Times Bestselling author who’s written more than 2 million words of fiction.


Week One Stops – Some Writing Advice
April 11th – 15th

Monday – The YAWordNerds
Tuesday – Rainy Days, Coffee & Books
Wednesday – Heart Full of Books
Thursday – E.Latimer.com
Friday – Book Haven

9780990662686Launch the right career for you.

There are more options than ever to get your book published. But what’s the right path to a career as an author for you? Discover the different publishing paths, learn what’s right for your story, and use specific tools and activities to present your work in the best possible way.

Practical Advice Meets Real Experience

With information that explores both traditional and self publication, Paper Hearts describes:

-How to Pick the Right Publishing Path for You
-Basic Professional Advice
-Practical Information on Agents
-How to Write a Query Letter
-Dealing with Traditional Publication
-Developing a Book for Self Publishing
-Budgeting and Investing Money in Your Career
-Steps to becoming a Career Author
…And much more!

BONUS! Includes an actual query letter that snagged an agent, plus guidelines and models to write a query or book description from an author who has successfully published in both methods.


Week Two Stops – Some Publishing Advice
April 18th – 22nd

Monday – Accio Reviews
Tuesday – Young Adult at Heart
Wednesday – Whitty Novels
Thursday – Kyra Nelson
Friday – Write All Year

3 thoughts on “Paper Hearts Tour Headquarters”
  1. Joseph McGarry April 12, 2016 on 4:27 PM Reply

    I would love to win these books. I just published my first novel, Operation Mermaid: The Project Kraken Incident, and would like try to have better sales.

  2. Nicole April 12, 2016 on 10:27 PM Reply

    I discovered your Paper Hearts today on The YAWordNerds youtube channel. Meghan said nothing but good things it and I am excited to start reading volume one.

  3. Lizzie April 19, 2016 on 11:26 AM Reply

    I’m slowly working on writing my first draft of my first novel, and things have been going… slow to say the least. I’m hoping that when I become less busy I’ll have more time to write. I’m constantly looking up writing advice and can’t wait to read these books!

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