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How to Write Better: 7 Straightforward Techniques to Try Today

How to Write Better: 7 Straightforward Techniques to Try Today

Whatever you write, you want to get your thoughts across as clearly and effectively as possible. If you’re a novelist, you don’t want awkward word choices or repetitive sentence structures to distract your readers from the story. If you’re a freelancer, you don’t want your work to seem sloppy or poorly edited. If you’re a blogger, you don’t want readers to switch off because you’re far too wordy. Want the good news? Even if your writing isn’t as strong as you’d like, there are plenty of straightforward techniques you can use to improve it.

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BOOK MARKETING 101 – The Ultimate Checklist

BOOK MARKETING 101 – The Ultimate Checklist

As an author, selling your book can sometimes be a pain. With the euphoria of holding your published book in your hands beginning to wane, you are now faced with reality of getting that pile of boxed books delivered by your publisher or printer out of your house and into the waiting hands of the thousands of people you believe will be willing to pay good money for it. When it comes to forming a marketing plan for your book, you must remember that book sales, like any other business endeavour, requires strategy and planning. There is nothing undignified about marketing your book, especially if you are determined to be seen and recognised as a successful author.

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Thinking of Improving Your Brand’s Visibility?

Thinking of Improving Your Brand’s Visibility?

Brand Visibility is the number one distinguishing factor that separates better-known brands from those that are not as popular or loved. Every brand says one thing: my product is good and you can trust it. However, some say it better and louder than others. Creating a...

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14 Books Every Writer Needs on their Shelf

14 Books Every Writer Needs on their Shelf

Here is a list of fourteen books on writing every writer needs on their shelf. Some of these books could be used as a reference to solve a specific problem, like “Form the possessive singular of nouns with ‘s.” That answer is on page one of The Elements of Style. Or maybe you have a dragon called Resistance every time you try and sit down to write and you need to read The War of Art by Steven Pressfield. Or maybe you need to figure out how to make the reader care about your villain, and you need to read Save The Cat by Blake Snyder.

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How to Engage Readers with Emotionally Charged Writing

How to Engage Readers with Emotionally Charged Writing

Readers who are emotionally invested in a piece of writing are more likely to keep turning pages, to tell their friends about it, and to read more of your work. It doesn’t matter which emotions you engage; make readers feel something — anything — and they will reward you, because the experience you gave them was rewarded.

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16 Ways to Improve your Writing Skills

16 Ways to Improve your Writing Skills

How to Improve Writing Skills [Summary]: Brush up on the basic principles of writing, grammar and spelling. Write like it’s your job and practice regularly. Read more so you develop an eye for what effective writing looks like. Find a partner. Ask them to read your...

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Time to Take Control of Your Narrative

Time to Take Control of Your Narrative

Who are you? What do you have to offer that no one else can? Every so often people claim expertise in a broad topic such as writing, or marketing, or even politics. You need to look beyond the peripheral titles and identify the category within that field where your unique experiences make you, undeniably, a major player.

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5 Ways to Come Up with Great Story Ideas

5 Ways to Come Up with Great Story Ideas

5 Ways to Come Up with Great Story Ideas By Brian A. Klems We all have a million excellent ideas for stories, but, without fail, they magically disappear the minute we sit down to write. It seems impossible, but it happens constantly. Hours are wasted staring at a...

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