Tuesday, October 08, 2013

Index to Targeting a Readership Series by Jacqueline Lichtenberg

Index to Targeting a Readership Series
Jacqueline Lichtenberg

The previous 8 parts of this Targeting a Readership Series can be found here:

Targeting Readership Part 1 is:

Part 2 is inside this post:

Part 3 is inside and woven into the following post in my Astrology Just For Writers series which by mistake has the same number as the previous part but is really Part 7:

Targeting a Readership Part 4 is:

Targeting a Readership Part 5 is:

Targeting a Readership Part 6 is:

Targeting a Readership Part 7 is:
http://aliendjinnromances.blogspot.com/2013/04/targeting-readership-part-7-guest-post.html  A guest post by Valerie Valdes on use of setting

Targeting a Readership Part 8 is:

In which Anne Pinzow directs our attention to THEME via the difference between 1955 and 2013 in terms of the themes exemplified in film:

Fifty's movie glorifies honor.
2013 TV series glorifies, well, Machiavelli and the uselessness of honor.

Targeting a Readership Part 9 - about Creating a Market

Here is Part 10 of Targeting a Readership about the Sad Puppy Hugo Controversy:

September 15, 2015 we have Part 11 of Targeting a Readership, about noting and using the connection between SCOTUS decisions handed down at the end of June 2015.

Targeting a Readership Part 12 -- may be missing

Targeting a Readership Part 13 - Motivating Your Readers
https://aliendjinnromances.blogspot.com/2018/11/targeting-readership-part-13-motivating.html And readers of this series on Targeting a Readership will probably want to look at:

Theme-Plot Integration Part 13, Superman: Man of Steel scheduled for October 15, 2013 discussing a 4-way skills integration.

Targeting a Readership Part 14 - Readers Are A Moving Target (but so are you) (Aug 6, 2019)

Targeting a Readership Part 15 - Why Readers Feel They Have Outgrown a Genre (Aug 13, 2019)

Targeting a Readership Part 16 - Plotters, Pantsers, and Game of Thrones
by Jacqueline Lichtenberg

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