Writing is expected to be difficult and difficulty is often idolized as necessary. Rather than question the process, we should welcome the ease and expertise we’ve developed.
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Amazon is often described as a threat in the world of publication. While there are pros and cons to choosing publication with Amazon, only the author can decide what is right for them.
Nanowrimo comes with a 50K word count, but what do you do when life intervenes? Nano Rebel is now a recognized and accepted role making Nanowrimo more accessible than ever.
Author self-care is a vital part of maintaining balance as a writer. Lisa Towels interviews Beth Barany and shares how exercise can offer self-care while also sparking your creativity.
Piracy, rampant in creative industries, is a common problem faced by authors. Awareness and knowledge of how to safeguard your manuscript is the first step in preventing your work from being pirated.
Authors can use their imagination to overcome rejection and encourage their creativity by dreaming up the merch they might sell to readers. Have fun!
Unfortunately, copyright infringement is rampant in the Age of the Internet. Fortunately, there are a few ways to discourage infringement. Check out how with writer and literary lawyer, Kelley Way.
A book club meeting is more fun when we DON’T agree on the merits of a particular book. Join author and teacher Catharine Bramkamp as she explains why book clubs serve a vital role in society.
Dave Chesson, creator of Kindlepreneur.com, covers three software essential tools to get a book polished and ready to present to your audience.
Thriller novelist Lisa Towles found herself stuck in a writing rut, then she looked at what she had read lately and discovered that the rut can break if you broaden your reading to more genres.
When it comes to marketing, authors and companies can use the advantages of trademarks and brands. But what’s actually the difference between these, and how do you use them? Kelley Way explains.