Play Around: Lose the Pressure and Have Fun as a Writer

Play Around: Lose the Pressure and Have Fun as a Writer

Remember sitting down with a notebook as a kid and just making up stories? What happened to that? You can capture that fun once again, and rediscover the fire inside you that made you a writer in the first place.

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How to Start Your Daily Writing Habit Today

How to Start Your Daily Writing Habit Today

Building a daily writing habit is really useful for a lot of writers, but it doesn't have to be complicated. Make it easy on yourself with this guide.

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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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7 Tips to Writing a Pitch that Gets Noticed

7 Tips to Writing a Pitch that Gets Noticed

Are you tired of sending out pitch after pitch while your inbox is full of chirping crickets? These seven tips will help you perfect your pitch and help you land the guest posting gig you're after.

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5 Mistakes You’re Making with Your Blog (and How to Fix Them)

5 Mistakes You’re Making with Your Blog (and How to Fix Them)

If you've been blogging for a while and are still struggling to gain subscribers or regular readers, you're not alone. Improve your blog by avoiding these common blogging mistakes.

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New Novelist? Plan Your Next Writing

New Novelist? Plan Your Next Writing

Starting a novel? Now is the time to set your course. Writing a novel is a lot of work, but the right mindset and action will get you there.

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The 6 Writing Books You Need in Your Library

The 6 Writing Books You Need in Your Library

You already know the usual suspects. But this list is different. These 6 books will give you a well-rounded writing education, and put you on track for success.

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Plotting Your Novel Down To The Scene

Plotting Your Novel Down To The Scene

Plotting your novel down to the scene can help with plot holes, flow, and pacing. Find out how to create a scene chart as part of your planning process.

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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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Use These Business Tips to Become a Successful Authorpreneur

Use These Business Tips to Become a Successful Authorpreneur

Combining the words author and entrepreneur, authorpreneur is a word for serious authors. Use these tried and true tips from the business world to grow a successful author career.

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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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5 Tips for Setting Writing Targets and Recovering from Unmet Goals

5 Tips for Setting Writing Targets and Recovering from Unmet Goals

Create attainable, sustainable writing goals and plan for recovery when you can't hit the target.

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Writing Critique Groups: Everything You Need to Know

Writing Critique Groups: Everything You Need to Know

Writing critique groups are invaluable to the writing process, but they can seem intimidating. Find out everything you ever wanted to know about critique groups.

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Best Conferences for Writers in 2020

Best Conferences for Writers in 2020

Get more from your experience of attending a writer's conference by matching one with your needs as a writer. Here are our picks for 2020.

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Behind the Words: Truths about Writing from Successful Writers

Behind the Words: Truths about Writing from Successful Writers

There are a lot of great truths about writing you can find online – but here's the tough love you need from writers that have "made it".

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