Building Your ARC Team in 5 Easy Steps

Whether you're a brand new author or have many titles under your belt, there's one thing we all have in common. We need reviews! One of the most

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How to Be a More Productive Writer

Author stereotypes can have a huge impact on writers. Write drunk and edit sober? No problem. Insomnia from staring at the computer screen far past our bedtime? We

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Should You Have Your Books Translated?

Having your books translated into other languages can open up a whole new realm of marketing possibilities. If this is your first foray into pursuing foreign translations of

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4 Ways to Connect with Readers Outside the Box

Google “connecting with readers” and your search results will probably include things like ask readers engaging questions, post on as many social media networks as possible, and send

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Tips for Starting a Brand New Pen Name from Scratch

A pseudonym by any other nom de plume is still a pen name.  Few people have heard of Chloe Ardelia Wofford, David John Moore Cornwell, or Howard Allen

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20 Inspirational Quotes for Writers

Authors not only entertain readers with their books, but they are also a tremendous source of inspiration for other writers. After all, the most successful authors in the

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7 Ways to Fight Writer’s Block

“I’ve often said that there’s no such thing as writer’s block; the problem is idea block.” – Jeffrey Deaver Jeffrey Deaver isn't the only person who doesn't believe

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3 Ways to Carve More Freedom Into Your Writing Plan

“To enjoy freedom…we have to control ourselves.” Virginia Woolf wrote this in an article titled “How Should One Read a Book”, which was published in The Common Reader

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How to Write a Critical Book Review

By Kevin Nelson/ Writing a critical book review is quite easy although for most people it’s the contrary, they have a problem distinguishing a book review from a

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Five tips to become an excellent storyteller!

By Adela Belin/ Stories are the most primitive and effective way to pass on information. They work as a catalyst for emotion, thereby, inducing action. Whether it be

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