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10 Easy Book Marketing Tips

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10 Easy Book Marketing Tips

Marketing your book doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Chances are, you already have everything you need to share your book is for purchase. Whether you’re a novice book marketer or are looking for a few quick wins to bring new life to your book marketing plan, here are 10 ways you can easily market your […]

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5 Things To Know Before Writing A Novel

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5 Things To Know Before Writing A Novel

Writing a novel? Here is a list of 5 things you should know that will help you stay focused, motivated, and organized throughout your writing journey. 1. Deadlines Are Very Important. A deadline will push you to your limits and keep you writing even when you’re not motivated to write. Establish an estimated total word […]

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18 Inspiring Quotes For Writers

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18 Inspiring Quotes For Writers

When you’re experiencing frustration with your writing, it’s important to remind yourself that we’ve all been there before; and I mean everyone. That’s right—even the Stephen King’s and Ernest Hemingway’s of the world. Which is why it’s always a good idea to turn to those famous writers (and their quotes) for inspiration. Here are 18 […]

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Writing Books Designed for Writers

Filed in Author Inspirations, Writing Tips by on July 30, 2020 0 Comments
Writing Books Designed for Writers

The challenge of writing is what I love the most. No writer is ever perfect. No book is ever perfect. And no matter how seasoned you are as a writer, there is always something new to learn about writing. There are hundreds of books to help writers grow and expand in their craft. Choosing the […]

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Using a Planner For Your Writing Schedule

Filed in Writing Tips by on July 28, 2020 0 Comments
Using a Planner For Your Writing Schedule

Do you ever notice that you push off tasks simply because you didn’t add them to your to-do list? A lot of us put writing out of sight, which means it’s out of mind. Then, after a month goes by and we haven’t grown the word count on our writing project, we make up all […]

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