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The 5️⃣ Essential Elements You Need On Page #1 Of Your Story.

” So, how did it end?” “I don’t know. I lost interest after the first page.” You definitely don’t want your readers saying this about your book. As a writer, you need to capture the audience from page one. How … Continue reading

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Top Books On Writing To Help You Improve.

This list is short, but oh so sweet. If you purchase a book this week, make it one of these six, and you will not be disappointed. Improving your writing should be at the top of your want list as … Continue reading

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How To Avoid First Page Mistakes.

If your potential reader likes your cover and falls for your blurb, what will come next? The all-important first page is your chance to hook a reader into laying down their cash to purchase your book. How can you avoid … Continue reading

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Crafting A First Line That Will Hook Your Readers

What helps you decide if you’re going to take a chance on a book? Cover art, blurb, or the all-important first line? Writing the perfect opening line is essential to grabbing readers attention. So what does a great first line … Continue reading

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