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Leslie Lee Sanders (Leslie L. Sanders)

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The author of several books of fiction and fiction with spice, I reside in Queen Creek, Arizona, with my husband and three daughters.
I'm known for writing erotic romance, mostly in the MM and MMF categories, and recently plunged into writing deep, dark romantic sci-fi with my post-apocalyptic and dystopian series, Refuge Inc.

I've self-published several works of fiction and erotic romance since 2005 and am currently published with Breathless Press and Xcite Books. I teach the art and craft of writing fiction to aspiring authors and indie authors here on my website and blog.

Author website/blog: www.leslieleesanders.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/LeslieLSanders

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  • Use Twitter to Boost Your Writing Career
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    Use Twitter to Boost Your Writing Career

    6 years ago

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  • Examining the Meaning of Bad Writing
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    Examining the Meaning of Bad Writing

    6 years ago

    We all want to write, and we all know that we must write well, but what is writing well exactly? For you aspiring writers who wrestled with the full meaning of great writing, this may help you. Learning what bad...

  • A Writer’s Must-Haves: An Author Website
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    A Writer’s Must-Haves: An Author Website

    6 years ago

      If you are a writer and are eager to promote yourself online, which is also a must-have in today’s day and age, then you must have an author website. An internet presence is essential to your success. A...

  • Writing Your Book is Addictive
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    Writing Your Book is Addictive

    6 years ago

    Can you image the feeling you get when you receive a copy of the book--you wrote--in the mail? Can you imagine the finished product with a beautiful trade paperback or hard cover in the palm of your hands? Can you see...

  • Tips on Writing an Engaging Book Blurb
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    Tips on Writing an Engaging Book Blurb

    6 years ago

    A blurb is the short description of a book usually found on the back cover of the book, the inside jacket of a hardcover or online as the brief text that describes what the book is about. Blurb writing is more fun...

  • Simple Online Book Marketing Tips
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    Simple Online Book Marketing Tips

    6 years ago

      Many writers want to know the best way to spread the word about their latest or upcoming release. Below I have some tips I have tried or will try. I will let you know how successful or unsuccessful they were...

  • How to Earn Recognition as a Writer
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    How to Earn Recognition as a Writer

    6 years ago

    When asked the question, “What can a writer do to get noticed?” Some people may simply answer . . . write. They believe that all a writer must do for a little recognition is to write and write a lot and...

  • The Basics of E-publishing
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    The Basics of E-publishing

    6 years ago

    E-publishing--or electronic publishing--has grown substantially over the years. According to The International Digital Publishing Forum, US e-book sales for the second quarter of 2009 were $37 million compared to the...

  • Want Others to Take You Seriously as a Writer? This is a Must.
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    Want Others to Take You Seriously as a Writer? This is a Must.

    6 years ago

    So you want to be a writer. You have several blogs and networking sites where you display your work proudly and are in need of some feedback and recognition. You believe that you have it in you to write some of the...

  • Things to Know Before Starting Your Novel
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    Things to Know Before Starting Your Novel

    6 years ago

    If you ever thought novel writing was easy, it’s not. However, the great thing about completing a difficult task is feeling the pride of accomplishment afterwards. The excitement of having your name on the cover...

  • So You Want To Be a Writer: What Not To Do
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    So You Want To Be a Writer: What Not To Do

    6 years ago

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