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Overcoming Writer’s Fatigue

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Overcoming Writer’s Fatigue

You’ve been pushing hard on your writing project lately, and while you’re seeing the fruits of your intense labor, you’re also starting to feel a little worn down. Writer’s fatigue can get the best of any of us, but it can be even worse if we don’t see it coming. Be on the lookout for […]

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5 Things Every Writer Needs to Do This Year

Filed in Ask the Editor by on January 14, 2020 0 Comments
5 Things Every Writer Needs to Do This Year

A new year has started and you’re more determined than ever to find a writing lifestyle that works for you. You are ready to write a book this year. So, what exactly do you need to have a successful writing year? Here are five things every writer needs to do to be productive this year. […]

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Navigating Your Best Year Yet

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Navigating Your Best Year Yet

You are cruising into the second week of January with ease. You’ve stuck to your guns on your diet, your gym routine is starting to make sense, and your planners are effortlessly mapping out all of the things you want to tackle this month. What about those writing goals you set? Have you met that […]

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Writers, Tell Your Story on Instagram

Filed in Marketing Your Book by on August 29, 2019 0 Comments
Writers, Tell Your Story on Instagram

The thought of branding and marketing yourself as a person—let alone a writer—can feel like a challenge. With social media’s continued growth, however, it’s easier than ever to create and cultivate your online persona. Instagram, for instance, isn’t even a decade into its existence yet and has 1 billion active monthly users. So, if you […]

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Writing Tips for Poets

Filed in Writing Tips by on July 17, 2019 0 Comments
Writing Tips for Poets

Here at Xulon Press, we regularly see wonderful collections of devotional and creative poetry. Poetry is an art form that pours from the heart, encompassing a wide range of passions, from joy and thanksgiving to sorrow and grief. While poetry is both beloved and reviled, many readers feel uncertain about how to interact with such […]

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