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The Importance of Editors

Believe it or not, the editor is the author’s best friend. They are invested in making your book the best possible version of itself, and you the best possible author you can be. So, while we don’t officially require a work to be edited before running a PR campaign for it, hiring an editor is…

 

Writing with the Masters – Maya Angelou

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you” – Maya Angelou Writing as an art form comes from expression of an emotion, feeling, or idea through the written word.  It has been found to be therapeutic, even used as a form of psychological treatment in the form of journal therapy. Goodtherapy.org…

 

Writing the Perfect Blurb for Your Novel

We don’t know who first said that you should never judge a book by its cover, but its safe to say that they were not in the bookselling business. A great cover is key to a successful novel, and getting the cover copy right is a vital part of this. Cover copy, commonly known as…

 

5 Benefits of Reading

There are many benefits of reading regularly. Here are a few good reasons why you should read every day: Improves Vocabulary & Speaking Skills A good vocabulary can make you a better writer and speaker. Make it a point to look up the meaning of new words you come across while reading. Keep your mind…

 

Why You Need a Professional Editor, Not a Friend, to Review Your Work

Every writer needs an editor. Period. End of story. It doesn’t matter if you’re self-publishing or writing ebooks that can be corrected later. Your work is not perfect and can always be improved. Chances are good, you’re acutely aware of the need for editing. However, if you’re just getting started, you may think you can’t…

 

The Perfect Writing Soundtrack by Iain Reading

What makes the perfect writing soundtrack? To my mind it should consist of music that is as familiar to you as possible so as to create a minimum of distraction. In other words, instead of really listening to it you know the songs so well that they become a sort of mantra that repeats over…

 

5 Tips for Creating Memorable Characters for Your Novel

Many writers struggle with character development, and it is sometimes one of the main sources of writer’s block. Here are some tips for creating characters that make an impression and a strong work of fiction: 1. Work Backwards Brian Kiteley, author of The 3 AM Epiphany and The 4 AM Breakthrough creates practice exercises for…

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