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Secrets No One Mentions About Book Publishing – Martina Sanchez | Guest Post

Secrets No One Mentions About Book Publishing – Martina Sanchez | Guest Post

You may have your fantastic idea, your manuscript and even your agent in place and ready to go, but the world of book publishing is far from straightforward. In fact there are many secrets about book publishing that anyone wishing to go into this field should bear in mind.   It’s Not Easy Having a

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6 Emerging Book Genres We Bet You Haven’t Heard Of – Ester Brierley | Guest Post

Literature is diverse. It evolves because people are always looking for new ways to express themselves. New styles appear, being influenced by existing genres, and serving as an inspiration for future generations of writers. Our society also doesn’t stand still. New cultural and philosophical concepts have a direct impact on literature. Some genres quickly become

Blogging and Writing

How to Combine Being a Blogger and a Writer – Sara Williams | Guest Post

Nowadays, the blogging environment has skyrocketed up to the point where every passionate individual can immediately set-up a website, design a quick theme, and make his or her writing visible. A few years back, before the digital landscape exploded, only a few lucky people were able to expose their ideas and passion to the masses.

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When Should You Publish Your Book? – Eugene Eaton | Guest Post

What’s the Best Time for Book Launches? Aspiring self-published authors don’t make connections with official publishers. That’s not necessarily a bad thing. When you’re able to publish your own work, why wouldn’t you do it? However, there’s a problem: you don’t get access to the wisdom that publishers have at their fingertips. Well it’s not

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Getting the Idea for Your Novel – Louise Dean (The Novelry) | Guest Post

The idea for your novel doesn’t often come to you whole and complete. If you’re writing historical fiction then it may do, as mine did for This Human Season which is set in Northern Ireland in 1980 and 1981. That came to me on the platform of Clapham North tube station in 2003. I watched a few

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8 Tips on Handling Criticism for Beginner Writers – Serena Dorf | Guest Post

Many of us at a point in our writing career wonder what the journey to the top must have been like for the writers we so much admire. You have read several works of your writing mentor/role model and your writing seems to be at par with theirs. Despite this, your editor has rejected your

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Improving Skills: 9 Best Blogs to Follow About Writing – Joseph McLean | Guest Post

Being a writer – be it a creative writer, technical writer, journalist, blogger – is fantastic. However, as every profession, writing comes with its burden, as well. Namely, we all have faced a writer’s block, lack of inspiration, creative stagnation, and similar culprits at some point when writing. In fact, these things are very common,

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Overcoming Writer’s Block with Automatic Transcription | Guest Post

If you’re a writer—of books, essays, scripts, blog posts, whatever—you’re familiar with the phenomenon: the blank screen, a looming deadline, and a sinking feeling in your gut that pairs poorly with the jug of coffee you drank earlier. If you know that rumble all too well: this post is for you. Maybe it’ll help you

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Reading and Writing for Pleasure (June 2018) | Douglas Burcham

This is Douglas’ first post in 2018 in his Writing and Reading for Pleasure series with updates on his productive writing activity so far this year.   My eight-year journey  I am typing this post on Friday 1st June 2018, which is eight years to the day I began writing. As I have commented before,

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Does Self-Publishing Demean the Art of Writing? – Steven Mehler | Guest Post

Every writer understands the attraction of self-publishing. It’s incredibly frustrating to invest a swath of time in a story for it then to be rejected by a dozen magazines and other publishing houses. Even worse, not much later you see stuff published by authors with a recognized name and their content is worse than yours!

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