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Current Publishing Trends

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Current Publishing Trends

The publishing world continues to evolve as the times change. From creative book launch ideas due to the pandemic to new trends in published books, there’s a lot of trends to pay attention to right now. If you’ve found it hard to keep up with what’s popular in the world of authorship, this is for […]

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Staying On Track With Your Writing This Spring

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Staying On Track With Your Writing This Spring

The first quarter of the year has officially ended! Did you know most people give up on their goals by February? Even if you’ve gotten off the path you had in mind, you still have 9 full months to pull a reverse card. Here are some tips to help you stay on track with your writing […]

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Writing With Spring Colors!

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Writing With Spring Colors!

Spring is here and it brings with it the trend of beautiful bright and pastel colors. For this month’s writing challenge, we’ll be using spring colors to evoke thoughts or stories we can use to practice creative writing. We’ve listed some of our favorite spring colors below, but feel free to continue to keep this […]

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Writing Prompts for Female Protagonist

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Writing Prompts for Female Protagonist

In March, we highlighted some amazing books that featured strong females throughout history as a way to celebrate Women’s History Month. From queens to women at the forefront of science and discovery, these women made remarkable history and also paved the way for more women to come behind them and be empowered and successful in […]

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The First Draft: Skeleton Draft or Bulging Draft

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The First Draft: Skeleton Draft or Bulging Draft

Just like there are two different types of plotting styles—plotting and pantsing—there are also two different camps writers fall into when it comes to how much writing goes into the first draft. There are writers who choose a skeleton draft, meaning they put the bones of their stories down during the first draft and then […]

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