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How Your Health Routine Impacts Your Writing Routine

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How Your Health Routine Impacts Your Writing Routine

Health routines are a trending topic in the wellness world, but did you know that the choices you make surrounding your health can also contribute to your writing routine in positive and negative ways? Just as an unhealthy diet or lack of exercise routine can leave you feeling lethargic and unmotivated, those unhealthy routines can […]

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Exploring Online Book Communities

Exploring Online Book Communities

At this point, most of us know the importance of having an online presence, particularly as an author. It’s the best way for authors and writers alike to establish and promote themselves within the publishing community.  Whether we like it or not, the industry is moving in a digital direction. Event announcements, interacting with readers, […]

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Beta Readers: Part 2

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Beta Readers: Part 2

Receiving the first round of feedback on your manuscript can stir up a mix of emotions. On the one hand, you will feel a sense of pride and accomplishment for making it this far in the process and having real reader feedback in your hands. The flip side of that, you may find yourself in […]

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Beta Readers: Part 1

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Beta Readers: Part 1

You’ve successfully finished the first draft of your manuscript and are feeling pretty good about your story overall. Maybe you’re ready to take some time off before diving into revisions; or worse yet, you think it’s ready for editing. There is an integral piece of the revision process, however, many writers miss out on—beta readers. […]

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Pushing Through the Middle: Reviving Your Fiction Story

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Pushing Through the Middle: Reviving Your Fiction Story

When writing fiction, oftentimes the middle is where most writers hit a wall and do one of two things: they quit or they keep going. The middle, however, is no place to give up. Instead, it’s time to hone in on what you can do to make the middle zone the best it can be. […]

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