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Does this sound boring to you? Probably, but it’s likely the most important obstacle in the way for new writers. With so many distractions, how does a writer focus on what’s really important – writ...

As the nation's schools, libraries, government agencies, universities and corporations prepare to celebrate Women’s History Month in March, a number of literary works on the horse will be included.

Being a writer, it’s no surprise that Vera Brook is in love with words and stories. But she has always been drawn to photography and other visual arts as well. So she was thrilled to combine both i…

Being a writer, it’s no surprise that Vera Brook is in love with words and stories. But she has always been drawn to photography and other visual arts as well. So she was thrilled to combine both i…

Covers Can Make or Break a Book

One author goes to great lengths to determine if a good book cover really matters.

There are questions that come up over and over again in the self-publishing world: What does copyright even mean? How do I write about real people and not get sued? How can I protect against piracy? Today, I interview lawyer Helen Sedwick about these and many other legal issues. In the intro, I talk about the new Kindle Voyage, heading to Frankfurt Book Fair and what I'm learning from Dean Wesley Smith's productivity course that has resulted in 20,000 words done for Gates of Hell, my next…

To read this article by Helen Sedgwick, (a California attorney with thirty years of experience representing businesses and entrepreneurs as diverse as wineries, graphic designers, green toy makers,…

A must read for any author!

A must read for any author!

Anne R Allen - interviewed on my blog 15th Feb 2016 http://www.marktilbury.com

by Anne R. Allen No matter how great a book’s cover and blurb, one thing can stop me from buying yet another ebook for my Kindle: an author bio on the buy page that screams “amateur.” I spent some …

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Writing on the Wild Side Blog | Author Bill WettermanAuthor Bill Wetterman | Writing on the Wild Side

Stephen King’s No-Adverbs Rule Is Going Out Of Fashion

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Some bestselling books are using so many adverbs that it must make Stephen King wince, acutely. Are overused adverbs a new fashion in popular writing?

Craft. Marketing. Blogging. Email list building. The list goes on. But, there are some skills that every indie author absolutely needs to develop.

5 Skills Every Writer Should Develop - The Book Designer

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