Monthly Archives: December 2015

Are You Aware of Your “Readability Stats”?

Are You Aware of Your “Readability Stats”? by Virginia Williams If you know your Flesch Reading Ease scores, bravo! The concept of a readability test is new to me. The option of Flesch Readability information is hiding within Word 2003, … Continue reading

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You’ve Written a Book! Now What? : The Ins-and-Outs of Hiring an Editor

You’ve Written a Book! Now What? : The Ins-and-Outs of Hiring an Editor by Shanan Winters There’s a moment in time when an author puts the final punctuation on the last sentence of a manuscript. In that brief second, the … Continue reading

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Is your GRABBER any good?

Is your GRABBER any good? by Autumn Kohl Nobody has to read your book. Sorry, that’s a fact of life. Oh, I forgot your mother. She, of course, will read it, tell you it’s wonderful and how brilliant you are. … Continue reading

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“There Are No Accidents” – Another Title that Meant a Lot to Me

“There Are No Accidents” – Another Title that Meant a Lot to Me by Beth Kozan This is Amazon’s synopsis of There Are No Accidents. I didn’t know it when I read it (and author Robert H. Hopcke still doesn’t), … Continue reading

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Great Gifts for Authors

Great Gifts for Authors © 2015 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM. World Rights Reserved. So, you want to get a really good, thoughtful, meaningful gift for an author you love. Should you get her/him a really beautiful pen? Or perhaps … Continue reading

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Quality vs. Quantity

Quality vs. Quantity by Rita Goldner In the ubiquitous argument about quality vs. quantity, you might not expect me to champion the side of quantity, especially at this season of the year. Surrounded by mounds of cheap tinsel, you might … Continue reading

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