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How to Write a Book on Spirituality

By on Mar 21, 2017 in Non-Fiction, Writing Tips

Spirituality is one of the most sought-after genres in the world, because there is constant need for them. Life passes us by really fast and sometimes, we all feel the need to slow down and find our inner peace. However, you cannot just sit down and write about your personal experiences in the spiritual plane, whether they consist of living a life of faith in...

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Why Focusing On Impact Rather than Income Will Make You a Successful Writer

By on Mar 20, 2017 in Special Features

What makes a writer successful? Is it the number of books he or she has in print? How many copies the individual has sold worldwide? How much money the person has made? The easiest and most incorrect answer would be that a successful writer has a string of bestsellers to attach to his or her name. This is wrong. When you are focusing on the impact your work will...

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5 Manuscript Errors That Are Hampering Your Chances of Getting Published

By on Mar 19, 2017 in Fiction, Writing Tips

When eBooks appeared on the map, there was a blast. But the biggest consequence was that indie writers didn’t need to wait for a publishing house to choose their book – goodbye rejection letters, right? Best of all, now you don’t need a lot of money to pay to self-publish. You could do it online, which costs very little. So, as a result, it would be easy to assume...

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How to Write, Publish and Sell an eBook in a Week

By on Mar 17, 2017 in Self-Publishing Tips

Over several years now digital eBook publishing has allowed independent authors to sell their books online with great ease. It has even created a following for self-published eBooks, for many readers like to download books at cheap prices, thus helping the digital publishing revolution. This opens up many possibilities for self-publishing and if you take the right...

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5 Signs That Your Protagonist is Unlikable

By on Mar 17, 2017 in Fiction, Writing Tips

Some stories are driven by antiheroes. Other stories are driven by protagonists whose morale is of a dubious, gray nature. There are as many types of protagonists as stories. There is no need to go into that. What we are focusing on today is all the signs that show that your protagonist is developing to be unlikable – and when a character is unlikable, he or she is...

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