For aspiring and improving authors

Blackthorn Book Tours is interested in authors at all stages of their writing journey – from just “thinking about it” to achieving real success in publication. Many of our bloggers are also published authors. Some are just supporting other writers through their blogging, biding their time, but they know there’s a book inside them, waiting to get out. And we wouldn’t be surprised if a lot of our reviewers have a half finished manuscript somewhere on their computer, or even a completed draft that they’re not sure what to do with.

Face it, the world is going mad, and when humans want to make sense of things, they tell stories. What better time than now to document, express, and publish your creative vision?

For aspiring and improving authors who need help to get to the next level, Blackthorn Book Tours recommends our friends Tom Vater and Brian Gruber at Sand Scribes. From story ideas to books ready to publish, Sand Scribes offer step by step story coaching. They also offer professional editing and marketing – teaching writers while working with them.

Here is their description of their new service.

SAND SCRIBES

Sand Scribes is a new partnership designed to deliver intimate, top-shelf support to forge your literary ideas into gems. The Sand Scribes know all about telling stories. Brian Gruber and Tom Vater have spent their professional lives traveling the world, working in a myriad of creative industries and literary genres. Henry Roi adds his expertise in guerilla marketing, ensuring your work gets to influencers, reviewers, targeted communities, and social media networks.

Have an idea for a novel? How about a non-fiction book on a personal passion? Perhaps you or a friend or relative want to document and publish your own unique stories for posterity?

Go to SandScribes.com for a quick review of services and packages, then send us a note for a free hour of coaching and guidance on how to take your creative project to completion.

Thanks for your attention. Come see what we’ve created.

@SandScribes The Sand Scribes sandscribes.com

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