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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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5 Book Genres Authors Should Consider Writing in 2016

5 Book Genres Authors Should Consider Writing in 2016

By on Mar 13, 2017 in Fiction, Writing Tips

Popular genres come and go, but there are some genres that seem to be constantly popular. Stories of the genres we’ve mentioned in this article seem to draw readers over and over again, year after year. Remember, the readers always want more stories that belong in the genres we’ve listed, especially if the stories are completely new and original. The genres below...

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How to Plan a Series of Books

By on Mar 12, 2017 in Fiction, Writing Tips

Writing a series can be difficult – but it can also be the best work you will produce as a writer. Readers love reading series because there is something incredibly beautiful in joining the same set of characters on a new adventure. Publishers love series too because each installment after the first one will have a fan base. And writers love them because there is a...

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How to Turn from a Writer into a Writer-Entrepreneur

How to Turn from a Writer into a Writer-Entrepreneur

By on Mar 5, 2017 in Self Help

Being a writer-entrepreneur means one thing: you write for a living – and you’re succeeding at it. Note that we are not talking about commercial success, movie deals for your novel, but the kind of success that allows you to do what you love and be comfortable and not worry about bills. If you’re holding down a day job it doesn’t mean that you’re not a...

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