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Reminder: #Meetup with #Motownwriters @DetroitPublic Library – Main every 2nd Saturday


Motown Writers Meetup Group

Detroit, MI
3,222 Writers

Hi everyone. This is a group for everyone in the Detroit Area (and Michigan area) who like to write. Whether it’s a novel, short story, poem, autobiography, or any other gener…

Next Meetup

#MotownWriters Monthly @Meetup

Saturday, Feb 8, 2020, 10:00 AM
7 Attending

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If you’re interested in speaking at our group or sending promotional items to our group, please contact us

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Please send items in bulk of 50, please.

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#MotownWriters online @meetup @ FB group Aug8th 10am | Topic: 3 common self-publishing mistake you don’t want to make. @makeyourmarkps #michlit

Join us Saturday, Online at our facebook group, with our guest moderator. 

August 8th 




Monique D. Mensah is a three-time national award-winning author, a self-publishing expert, and the owner of Make Your Mark Publishing Solutions. As your personal self-publishing assistant, Monique turns manuscripts into masterpieces by handling the entire self-publishing process for indie authors, from editing to print and everything in between. With a passion for the indie author community, she is known for educating and entertaining her “Indie Friends” on social media with a humorous, tell-it-like-it-is flare.

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We offer advertisement services for writers and authors looking for exposure online in the Michigan Literary Community. We can work with writer and reading groups to help with promotion and gathering authors for your event.

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We also offer advertisement services for writers and authors looking for exposure online in the Michigan Literary Community. We can work with writer and reading groups to help with promotion and gathering authors for your event.

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Promotions Assignments Week #2– Helping you to work as an author… Take the one week Challenge #mmm

And you’re back! Oh you’re just joining us.

Promo Challenge #1 can be found by clicking here

This basis of this challenge is

  1. Build or strengthen your author platforms
  2. Create Readership/Build SEO
  3. Sell Books

To actually get to the third one, you MUST do one and two. This all to help you learn to Work as an Author!

Now get your notebook, a piece of paper or your calendar out and watch the video. Ask questions in the comments

You can turn your assignments in the comments (leave links for blogs and for pictures of where it’s posted) or join us at the Facebook Motown Writers group and turn your assignment in at our comment section of the video.

For people who complete all four author challenges the top three will receive an author planner with one hour consultation. If you’re behind there’s still time to catch up. Promo Challenge #1 can be found by clicking here

Monday (2 parter)

  1. Work on your bio – requirements: Your bio should be written in third person and no more than 150 word.
    • Extra Credit: post your updated bio to your website and social media. (You will have to shorten it even more for Twitter and Instagram, but if you haven’t updated it recently, most likely it still needs to be done).
  2. Find or get Free item – Get a free item online or offline to gift. Not just bookmarks but something more like a free read they can download or a treat like a personalize pen, candle, coffee or tea cup

Wednesday (2 parter)

  1. Book or Writer Graphic Promo – requirements: must have a link in the graphic
  2. Blog Post: What did you work on this year to better your literary career? Please include the #mwn hashtag or tag me at @sylviahubbard1 on Twitter, YouTube or Instagram. You can submit your blog post as text, audio or video. If you do it as text, please include a picture to chop up the text and also make sure you add a byline (your bio).


  1. Gather Links. Get the direct links to your:
    • Website homepage
    • your product page or book page
  2. Social Media Links: Facebook (personal, pages, groups), Twitter, Instagram (personal & business page), Linkedin, Youtube.
    • Extra Credit: Newsletter Link, Amazon Author Page, Bookbub and/or Goodread page.

Related Links 

Canva.com | Bookbrush.com | AuthorCentral.Amazon.com

I look forward to seeing what you offer and what you are doing. Also leave your ask me anything question in the comments! Share this with other authors and writing groups.

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Dear Authors,

As you probably already know, Integrity Shows has postponed the following 2020 art fairs: Stony Creek, Belle Isle, The Art of Fire Royal Oak, and Funky Ferndale.

However, our Kensington Art Fair has been rescheduled for Saturday October 3 –Sunday October 4 and we are adding an author’s tent.

With the social distancing guidelines allocating more space per author, we had to slightly increase our fees. We can place you with one other author in a 10×10’ tent on opposite sides for $175 each. The new fee is still about half of the price we are charging our visual artists.

Another opportunity we are offering authors is to participate in the Ann Arbor Holiday Art Fair on Saturday, December 5 – Sunday, December 6, 2020. The event will be at the Washtenaw County Fairgrounds located at 5055 Ann Arbor-Saline Road, Ann Arbor. Please note, there will be no application fee for this show. Table rental starts at $145.


If you are interested in either or both shows, please go to https://form.jotform.com/90644770830156 to let us know right away so we can start promoting your book(s).


We hope you will be able to join one or both of our author events this year. It would be great to see familiar and to meet new ones to add to our mix.

Jody Mitchell

Integrity Shows

Mobile 248 506 9519

PO Box 21667

Detroit, MI 48221

Office 313 486 2666

Fax 866 735 2293


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Literati Bookstore – July (going into August) Newsletter @LiteratiBkstore

Newsletter – July 2020
Literati Bookstore dot com

 Tough times…

Dear book lover,

With the rising statistics of COVID across our state, we still believe it is unwise to put ourselves and our staff at risk and re-open. So, for the time being, we are still closed for regular browsing. Unfortunately, this also means our loss of “normal” sales (we are operating at around 40-50% of normal sales) means tough times ahead. We are working on a few other plans in the meantime, so thanks for your patience as we all navigate these murky waters.
Our curbside team, meanwhile, has been rocking and rolling. The curbside orders have helped tremendously, and we so appreciate all your support this spring and summer. We know that you could make your purchases elsewhere, and you choosing to drive downtown to pick-up your books means we stay in business. Conversely, if you’d rather your books be delivered to your doorstep, we ship to home as well!
Our curbside service is open Monday-Saturday, 11am-7pm. 
We continue to monitor what’s going on locally and across our state. Trust me, I want to be open, more than anyone else. Frankly, we put it seven hard years of work and momentum into this business, and I’m scared that we’ll hit 2021 right back where we started. I try to remind myself that everything changes and nothing is permanent. I also have hope that we can come out of this as a stronger public, a stronger community, and a stronger bookstore.
Thank you for your support these last four months. Hopefully, with luck, we’ll see you soon.
Mike, Hilary and everyone at Literati
Mike Birbiglia reads at Literati Bookstore

Next week: Chuck Klosterman, Mike Birbiglia, and more!

While we’re not doing in-store events, our virtual events series is taking off:
On Monday, we welcome one of my favorites, Chuck Klosterman! 7pm – free. More info… 
On Friday, Mike Birbiglia reads from his latest, The New One, with J Hope Stein. This event is ticketed — we hope you enjoy one of the finest, funniest, and most sincere comedians I know. I loved his book, Sleepwalk With Me, and I can’t wait to tune into this event. More info and tickets…
Thanks to the hard work of our events team, we have many more great virtual events coming up this summer.
Please check out our online calendar here.
Stamped, a staff pick at Literati Bookstore

Staff pick of the week: Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X Kendie

I don’t know who thought of having Jason Reynolds and Ibram X Kendie collaborate on a young people’s edition of Stamped from the Beginning, but it was genius! Reynolds presents the facts from the adult version in a way that is accessible and interesting for younger adults (or for older adults who feel intimidated by the more intense book.) He cogently explains how western culture in general, and United States culture in particular had racism baked in from the very earliest days. There aren’t many books that change your life, but this one has the power to do so.”
Check out our other staff picks here.

Literati face masks

Literati Face Masks Back in Stock!

Our made-in-America face masks are back in stock! They feature breathable cotton and have a wire for noses. More information and to purchase here — and act fast, these sold out quickly.

Virtual typewriter note of the week:

“I gave birth for the first time a few months ago. I did not expect every day since to be a battle for the country I want my child to be raised in. Becoming a nurturer has made a warrior of me.”

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Article: How to Use a Short Story to Sell More Books #motownwriters

Clayton Noblit

Short stories occupy a bit of an awkward niche in self-publishing. It can be hard to generate revenue for a single short story published on its own, but not many authors have so many short story ideas that they could publish a collection. The upside? Short stories can be a tremendous marketing asset, and in this post we’ll explain how to use a short story to sell more books. Use the links below to skip portions of the post if they don’t apply to you.
What is a short story
How to write a short story
How to use a short story to get more readers
How to use a short story as a lead magnet

What is a short story?
There are plenty of definitions floating around, but one of our favorites is: “A short story is a work of prose fiction that can be read in one sitting—usually between 20 minutes to an hour.” – blurb.com.
There is no set maximum length, but most short stories will come in under 10,000 words.

How to write a short story
One valuable use of the short story for authors is to test out new writing styles or experiment with different literary devices.
You might be interested in writing from a different point of view, but are not sure if you want to commit to an entire novel. A short story is a great opportunity to test, learn, and still have a finished product at the end.

How to use a short story to get more readers
Ok, let’s get to why short stories can be so valuable for authors. If you already have a short story, here are some ideas on how you can use it. If you’re considering writing one, here’s why you should.

How to use your short story as a lead magnet
The handy thing about building a lead magnet is there are PLENTY of examples out there. Mark Dawson does a great job using a lead magnet to get email signups on his website.

Promote your lead magnet
So you’ve got your lead magnet set up, but in order for the magnet to pull readers in, they have to know about it. Here are a few ways to promote your lead magnet, but keep an open mind and try out any other ideas you might have. What works for one author might not work for another. If something sounds good to you, test it out!

Author website
Like Mark Dawson, putting a lead magnet on your website is a no brainer. If someone visits your site, they are already interested in your work, and if you can get their email address, you can let them know each time you have a sale or a new release.
Try putting your free short story offer on your homepage.


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The Secret Society Of Twisted Storytellers – thank you John Lewis @twistedtellers #michiganreaders #detroitreads #michlit #motownwriters

The Secret Society Of Twisted Storytellers - "MONUMENTAL MOTHERS" - Naomi Long Madgett
Poet Laureate Naomi Long Madgett reflects on life, mothers and love with intro by poet Terry Blackhawk at The Secret Society Of Twisted Storytellers® Friday, May 20, 2016, “MONUMENTAL MOTHERS!” at Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.
Brian Mansour
Lawrence Martiin
Prema Qadir
The Society for the Re-Institutionalization of Storytelling, a Michigan nonprofit organization | 1546 Lee Pl #2EDetroit, MI 48206
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#MotownWriters: Word of the Day: Verso #wotd

Part of speech: noun
Origin: Latin, mid-19th century

A left-hand page of an open book, or the back of a loose document.


The reverse of something such as a coin or painting.

Examples of Verso in a sentence

“Every new chapter begins on the verso.”

“This coin is particularly valuable because of the misprint on the verso.”

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Source Booksellers Update – 7/26/2020 #michlit #indiebookstore #detroit #motownwriters #michigan

Source Booksellers Update
After deep thought and consideration, we’ve decided to suspend in-store browsing and shopping, at least for now. But our online store is ALWAYS open, and we’re still in the store processing orders for shipping or at-the-door pickup.
Our current hours are:
Monday-Friday – 11a-6p
Saturday – 12-4p
To keep feeding your love of books, we’re taking book orders via three ways:
  1. Our online store is always open: https://www.sourcebooksellersonline.com/
  2. Over the phone: (313) 832-1155 – If you call and no one answers, please leave a message and we’ll follow up asap.
  3. Email us: sourcebooksellers@gmail.com
Our shipping cost is $5. Orders of $45 and above are free; there might be a slight delay in shipping.
If there is a book you’re interested in that you don’t see at our online store, email us at sourcebooksellers@gmail.com, and we’ll add it to the online store for purchase to be mailed directly to you.
We are so grateful for all purchases, for the verbal support, lovely calls and notes that we have received. You’ve helped keep us going.
Please stay well, dear friends!
Virtual Events Coming Up!
7/29, 6p
Big Friendship: How to Keep Each Other Close by Ann Friedman and Aminatou Sow in Conversation with Jai Tolentina
Join us online July 29th at 6pm for an evening with Amininatou Sow and Ann Friedman with Jia Tolentino to discuss the book Big Friendship.
This online event and all tickets are free.
General Admission Ticket (Free)
Book Ticket ~ This ticket includes one signed book & shipping
Ticketing at eventbrite.com.
Please note: If you purchase a book ticket and cannot attend the event, we will hold a copy of Big Friendship for you at Source Booksellers for 30 days after the date of the event.
8/7, 6p
Evening with Shaun King in Detroit
We are delighted to host Shaun King on his book tour for a virtual Author Talk featuring his book Make Change: How Fight injustice, Dismantle Systematic Oppression, and Own our Future.
This is an online event and all tickets are free.
General Admission Ticket (Free)
Book Ticket ($28.56) ~ This ticket includes one book
Please note: If you purchase a ticket and cannot attend the event, we will hold a copy of Make Change for you at BookPeople for 30 days after the date of the event.
Visit eventbrite.com for details.
9/3, 6p
Alice Randall Virtual Author Talk
A evening with Alice Randall and the Detroit community celebrating the history and people of the Black Bottom Neighborhood!
This is an online event and all tickets are free.
Book Ticket ($34.01) ~ This ticket includes one book, digital asset and shipping
Ticketing at eventbrite.com.
Please note: If you purchase a book ticket and cannot attend the event, we will hold a copy of Black Bottom Saints at Source Booksellers for 30 days after the date of the event.
The event will include:
Author Talk
Black Bottom Archives
A local Bartender to mix a libation for a Black Bottom Saint
Partnership with the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
We are grateful to John Lewis for his work as a Civil Rights Activist & U. S. Congressman. We are saddened by the news of his passing, and will remember him for his book “Preaching to the Chickens” as well as always trying to do what was right, fair and just.
New Releases Announced on Wednesday!
But you can check out our online store to browse current releases.
Order these and other selections online at https://www.sourcebooksellersonline.com/
The Sunday New York Times is available for pickup at the door on Monday. Please call ahead to let us know you’re coming – (313) 835-1155.
The Michigan Chronicle and the Legal News are also available.
All year long, remember to shop small!
And shop your independent bookstore!
Th. & F – 11a-6p
Sat. – Closed
Sun. – Closed
Our online store is always open
Source Booksellers
4240 Cass Ave., #105
Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 832-1155
Source Booksellers | 4240 Cass Avenue, Suite 105Detroit, MI 48201


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#MotownWriters Authors Promotions Assignments – Helping you to work as an author… Take the one week Challenge #mmm

We all need that kick in the pants or just get one book sold for the week to inspire us to keep going.

#MotownWriters is starting a small authors promotions group. It’ll get complicated as we grow, but for now, we’re starting small and helping you to be a better writer by helping each other as well.

Are you ready to take the challenge?

First, make sure you subscribe to updates on this website, click here. 

Second, if you aren’t a member on FB to get the 9am weekly updates on Sunday and ask any questions, join now. Click here

Third, get your calendar out and watch the video.

Fourth, in the comments below, let us know you’re taking the challenge.

Now let’s get ready to do this!


Here are the weekly assignments as discussed in the video:

Monday: #MondayBlog (suggested topic) Why I wrote my book or Why do I write (post on your blog to send out on monday)

Wednesday: Create a promotional graphic for your book or just your blog (if you don’t have a book). Go to Canva.com or Bookbrush.com. They’re free. Send out to Facebook, Twitter & Instagram with the hashtag #WritersWednesday and then describe how your writing makes readers feel or copy/paste a review of someone talking about your writing.

Friday: Grab an Interview or Interview someone. A Cheat is in the video, but also you can  download the pdf How to grab Podcast Interviews. (click here) You don’t have to have the interview that day, but schedule out an interview for a later date and then come back and let us know.

Post your completed assignment links here or on Motown Writers FB group. http://facebook.com/group/motownwriters

You can use the hashtag #mwn or tag on @sylviahubbard1 on Twitter and Instagram if you’d like me to share throughout the week your accomplishment.


I’ll be doing a live on the Facebook group at 9am (mark your calendars) to talk about the results. You have permission to brag. And to get ready for next weeks assignments. We’ll discuss your bio, which we will encourage you to post. (No more than 250 words and in 3rd person please) and also we’ll send out a checklist for your website and social media.

If you really want to get a jump on your August, check out Book buzz post


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Article: Writer’s Block: Over a Dozen Solutions to a Non-Problem Written #motownwriters

Written by A Guest Author
By Ken Finley

I was sitting in the audience of a writer’s panel at WorldCon in San Antonio when the subject of writer’s block came up. Gail Carrigher was the first to speak, saying there was no such thing. Not one writer on that panel disagreed with her. Several chimed in to express their usual response when they heard someone blaming a lack of productivity on writer’s block. Most were not very charitable.
I was delighted because – I don’t believe in writer’s block. It’s an oxymoron. Writers write. Now, maybe authors and novelists might suffer from a productivity block, but writers? No possible way. If you aren’t writing, you aren’t living. So, what about those other folks – the ones that have somehow lost their way? What can those of us who are blessed with a well overflowing with verbiage suggest to help the less fortunate?

1. First – Don’t Stop
As a High School coach in Academic Decathlon, I meet a lot of bright young people who say they want to be writers. I tell them “You don’t want to be a writer. You either are or aren’t. Have you written your thousand words today?”

3. Carry a recorder
A great quote in Terry Brooks’ ‘Sometimes the Magic Works’ explains that when the muse strikes, you can’t say ‘come back later’.
The muse may not return.

13. What’s in your briefcase/purse
In today’s survivalist terms – what’s in your Bugout Bag? Unless you have a magician with an infinite bag of holding (a real treasure in Dungeons and Dragons and Harry Potter) your characters can’t carry everything. (If you do have an infinite bag of holding, due diligence requires a back story for how each item was acquired. Think about it.) What are you going to have them carry, what are they going to have to find, and what story links to that?

16. Ignore those who say you can’t
It comes back to what I said at the beginning about avoiding situations where you give yourself permission to not write. While I agree that you need to be practical, and make sure you have the income to keep a roof over your head and food on the table, there are several opportunities to be impractical. How do you spend your lunch breaks? I spend mine with a notebook. How do you spend your time commuting to and from work? I spend mine with a micro-recorder. Don’t take a rejection letter as permission to quit. A rejection letter, of which I have a few, is encouragement to try again. Look at your story and ask yourself what you wanted to do differently. Work it through and try again.


Writer’s Block: Over a Dozen Solutions to a Non-Problem


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The Branding Accelerator Digital Program is for individuals who want increased profits in their business with less costs through media exposure. Brought to you by @PamPerry #branding #bookpromo #authors

branding accelerator by Pam Perry

A Road Map to Create a Brand That Will Position You as a Legend In Your Field

brought to you by

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This program is for individuals who want increased profits in their business with less costs through media exposure. The Branding Accelerator Digital Program will give you step by step focused training, development of tangible brand assets, PR checklists and creative resources to make it simple for you to supercharge your brand’s authority.

Imagine having a complete grasp on:

  • Successfully Pitching Your Brand and Ideas to the Media — What to say, and how to do it in a manner that gets them to invite you back over and over again.

  • Fortifying Your Platform – The base of your brand is what will act as a springboard towards success. I’ll instruct you on building an unshakable foundation. 

  • Publishing Books with Ease – How to effectively put your voice and ideas out there, making a name for your brand and gaining authority.

  • Cleverly Collaborating – Teaming up with like-minded people is at the core of creating a reputable name for your business. You will be guided towards finding the right connections and getting sponsors for your events.

  • Telling a Dazzling Story – Learn how to share your story in a way that strikes chords, positions you as the expert and delivers an experience people can’t find anywhere else. 

End result: You will be able to look yourself in the mirror and confidently claim yourself as the “go to” expert the media will love – thus getting tons of free media exposure worth thousands of dollars.

So, if your branding is not standing out and making others pay attention, then you are simply blending in.

This program is designed to help you level up and get out there!

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Author Showcase Book Fair and Virtual Tour Presented by Queenie’s Booktalk and Reviews|July 24th-26th|wsg 3 #MotownWriters Members!

Join three Detroit authors and others for Author Showcase Book Fair & Virtual Tour Presented by Queenie’s Booktalk & Reviews


Author Showcase Book Fair & Virtual Tour

Presented by Queenie’s Booktalk & Reviews

July 24th – 26th

Author talks, giveaways, after parties… oh my 

Join us on these days! 



Here’s the schedule

Here’s the 3-day lineup:
Day 1,  July 24th, 2:30 p.m. –  6  p.m. EST
2:30 p.m. Opening Session with Queenie Clem
 3:00 p.m. Tanya Deloatch
 3:30 p.m. Rochelle Bridges
 4:00 p.m. T. H. Moore
 4:30 p.m. Michelle Stimpson
 5:00 p.m. Alethea Gibbs
 6:00 p.m. After Party
 Day 2, July 25th, 1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. EST
 1:30 p.m. Opening Session with Queenie Clem
 2:00 p.m. TaRessa Stovall
 2:30  p.m. Darliss Batchelor
 3:00 p.m. Pamela Hornsby Irvin
 3:30 p.m. Tonya Barbee
 4:00 p.m. LaRonda Coleman
 5:00  p.m. After Party
Day 3, July 26th,  2:30 p.m. –  6:00 p.m. EST
 2:30 p.m. Opening Session with Queenie Clem
 3:00 p.m. Donna Ramos
 3:30 p.m. Stephanie Hardy
 4:00 p.m. Nisha Brown
 4:30 p.m. Summer Grant
 5:00 p.m. Sylvia Hubbard
 6:00 p.m. After Party

Join us on these days! 



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