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Jennifer Xue is an award-winning e-book author with 2,500+ articles and 100+ e-books/reports published under her belt. She also taught 50+ college-level essay and paper writing classes. Her byline has appeared in Forbes, Fortune, Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Business.com, Business2Community, Addicted2Success, Good Men Project, and others. Her blog is JenniferXue.com. Follow her on Twitter @jenxuewrites.

How to Pick the Best Self-Publishing Services For Your Book

How to Pick the Best Self-Publishing Services For Your Book

You've written a book. Now, you can publish it! All by yourself. It's the golden age of self-publishing, after all. We share how to choose the right self-publishing service for you and your work.

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How to Use Amazon to Make Your Book a Bestseller Without a Publisher

How to Use Amazon to Make Your Book a Bestseller Without a Publisher

Today, anyone with a laptop can publish books. In this article, we'll discuss what you need to know about Amazon and what you can do to make your book stand out among millions of book titles. This is the ultimate game plan for self-published authors.

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Engaging Students in Reading: How to Use Levelled Texts in Your Classroom

Engaging Students in Reading: How to Use Levelled Texts in Your Classroom

Levelled text systems provide children with a unique opportunity to start reading based on their own readiness and pace. Teachers have the option to use one or more systems. This article discusses what they are and how to use them in your classroom.

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How to Self-Edit Your College Essay: 7 Tips to Boost Your Grades

How to Self-Edit Your College Essay: 7 Tips to Boost Your Grades

Every college student is familiar with writing essays. Despite advice from their instructors to proofread, many students finish their essays and submit them right away. This is a mistake. Learn how to self-edit your essays to improve your writing and boost your grades.

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Telling the Story of Yourself: A Step-by-Step Guide to Personal Narratives

Telling the Story of Yourself: A Step-by-Step Guide to Personal Narratives

The human brain is wired for stories, particularly personal narratives. This article discusses what your personal narrative is and how to write it, as well as looking at distinguished examples.

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How to Get a Writing Teaching Job at Online Universities

How to Get a Writing Teaching Job at Online Universities

Teaching writing online can be a dream job for professional writers. This article shows you how to prepare yourself and hunt for online writing teaching jobs, and what to do just in case you want to go on your own.

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How to Reach Out to Book Bloggers and Book Influencers to Promote Your Book

How to Reach Out to Book Bloggers and Book Influencers to Promote Your Book

It's important to get your book promoted by book bloggers and book influencers. Here's our guide on where and how to approach them, and how to work closely with them.

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How to Develop a Good Research Paper Outline

How to Develop a Good Research Paper Outline

To write good papers, develop good outlines. Follow these tips to make your academic life easier.

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5 Creative Ways for Non-Fiction Authors to Secure Speaking Engagements

5 Creative Ways for Non-Fiction Authors to Secure Speaking Engagements

Non-fiction authors should consider becoming public speakers to supplement their income and sell more books. This article discusses the nine creative ways to secure lucrative speaking gigs.

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7 Tips for Finding a Job as a Freelance Blogger

7 Tips for Finding a Job as a Freelance Blogger

With 500 million blogs out there, there must be at least a few dozen that will become your clients. This article will show you how.

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How to Design a Writer's Site that Converts

How to Design a Writer's Site that Converts

Here's all you need to know about best practice for a writer's site and how it can be optimized to attract new clients and generate new leads. In other words, let your site work for you.

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Getting Teams to Step Up

Getting Teams to Step Up

Many people are experts in their respective fields. However, they're weak in writing. Managers need to understand these weaknesses and help team members level up their writing game. This article shows you how.

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How to Write a Query Letter that Editors Can't Refuse

How to Write a Query Letter that Editors Can't Refuse

In this article, we'll discuss the differences between a query letter and a book proposal, the elements of successful query letters for both fiction and non-fiction manuscripts, and things not to include in a query letter.

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How to Write an Outstanding College Essay

How to Write an Outstanding College Essay

Want an A+ on your next college essay? We'll help you earn it with these tips.

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Why You Should Write and Produce Audiobooks Professionally

Why You Should Write and Produce Audiobooks Professionally

Audiobooks are growing rapidly as more and more people switch to listening to them. In this article, Jennifer Xue discusses how to write and publish your first audiobook.

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