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Challenges Of Writing For A Modern Audience

These days is writing a novel easier, harder, or basically the same as it was in the past? In this age of the super information highway, fake news, and instant gratification do your readers expect more and know more. The … Continue reading

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So You Have A Bad Writing Process–So What.

You don’t outline. You don’t have a writing schedule. Who cares? Are you plugging away and gaining ground? That’s all that matters right? As long as the finished product makes you proud of your accomplishments, then go about writing in … Continue reading

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Literary vs. Genre Fiction: Common Mistakes

Happy ending vs. sad ending (or no ending.) Easy vs. hard writing. What’s the real difference between literary and genre fiction? We’ve all read literary fiction for school and mostly genre fiction for fun if your anything like me. But … Continue reading

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Creating Conflict In Your Writing With Progressive Complications.

Conflict is king in every story. Without it there’s no reason to read and turn the pages. Just a bunch of happy people living their happy lives–boring. How do you create ongoing conflict? With the use of progressive complications, you … Continue reading

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Book Cover Design Mistakes To Avoid

The great thing about self-publishing your book is the control you have over every aspect of its design. This can become a double-edged sword though. Especially when it comes to your books cover. While you may be a great writer, … Continue reading

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All Things Character Voice

How do you bring a definitive voice to your characters? Is it different than your author voice? These questions and more will be addressed in the video below and also give you some exercises to work your way into writing … Continue reading

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5 Steps To Marketing A Self-Published Book.

Self-publishing has created a whole new world for writers and once published, the next step begins, marketing. The article below lays out five easy steps to marketing your self-published book. This easy plan will have you reaching your sales goals … Continue reading

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