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Write 1,000 Words Every Day

Write 1,000 Words Every Day by Matthew Howard This may be the best writing advice I ever received. Yes, we can learn much about the craft of writing, about style and narrative structure and how to research. But to be … Continue reading

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Making Serials Work for You

Making Serials Work for You by Immortal Angel When I say I’m an author, most people think I write novel-length books. And surprisingly, there are still a great many people who don’t consider me a “real author” if my books … Continue reading

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5 Things I Learned from Attending Authors Readings

5 Things I Learned from Attending Authors Readings by Ofelia Montelongo As an always-learning aspiring author, I love to hear how other authors did it: How did they overcome the fears and trespass the world of writing and publishing? In my … Continue reading

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The Effective Author: Dare to Write the Stories of Cruelty and Kindness

The Effective Author: Dare to Write the Stories of Cruelty and Kindness © 2016 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM. World Rights Reserved. If you love to write but are still casting about for your niche, there are untapped goldmines of … Continue reading

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The Eight Best Things About Being an Author

The Eight Best Things About Being an Author by Patrick Hodges You may aspire to write a book. Here, in my humble opinion, are eight reasons you should go for it! Following the reverse countdown format, and without further ado… … Continue reading

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Are You Unconsciously Competent?

Are You Unconsciously Competent? by Jake Poinier As writers, editors, designers, publishers, and businesspeople, we’re always evolving. Pushing yourself to the next level requires understanding a psychological principle known as “The Four Stages of Competence.” If you’re not familiar with the … Continue reading

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Young Adult Author Rendezvous

Young Adult Author Rendezvous by Patrick Hodges As the old saying goes, “If you want something done, you’ve gotta do it yourself.” Trite? Possibly. Cryptic? Definitely. So let me ‘splain the incredible, amazing thing that has happened along my author … Continue reading

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