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5 Misconceptions about Writers

5 Misconceptions about Writers

By on Jan 22, 2017 in Special Features

Every person is unique, no matter whether they are a writer, a painter, an artist, or an office worker. Everyone has their own story and personality. However, writers, and artists in general, have been attributed with certain personality traits, behavioral patterns, and lifestyles that are quite wrong – or at least, not what they appear on the outside. For that...

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How to Use Writing and Editing Tools the Right Way

How to Use Writing and Editing Tools the Right Way

By on Dec 19, 2016 in Special Features

Writing tools have come a long way, from the type writer to the word processor all the way to modern computers with modern software. Now, there are many different types of software that writers can use, and there are many different benefits they gain from each one of them. For example, you can use Scrivener Writing Software to help organize your book, write scene by...

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5 Reasons Why You Should Not Follow Genre Trends

5 Reasons Why You Should Not Follow Genre Trends

By on Dec 12, 2016 in Special Features

Genre trends and writing trends come and go. From vampires, to dystopian novels featuring overpowered, totalitarian governments, to New Adult romances featuring musicians or tortured bad boys who love motorcycles. The list is endless. And here is the truth: you do not need to follow them. Twilight spawned a long list of novels featuring the controlling, over-worried...

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How Not to Write News Stories

How Not to Write News Stories

By on Sep 30, 2016 in Special Features

Writing news stories is never as simple as the stories we see in the newspapers seem to be. Journalists need to hunt down the information that is presented in the story first, and then they need to present the story in such a way as to keep the readers’ attention while relaying information in an impartial manner. As such, it is very easy to slip and make errors when...

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How to Get Your Book into Foreign Markets

How to Get Your Book into Foreign Markets

By on Sep 26, 2016 in Special Features

Getting a book published in foreign markets is something every author should consider. You can have your book translated in a foreign language, which is preferable if you wish to reach a wider audience, or you can try to sell your book in English and trust that first, there is a large number of people who speak English as a second or foreign language, and second,...

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5 Types of Blog Posts That Will Increase the Popularity of Your Blog

5 Types of Blog Posts That Will Increase the Popularity of Your Blog

By on Sep 15, 2016 in Special Features

Having your own blog and having many followers and readers is not that easy today. First of all, blogs are not what they used to be. At the beginning, only the bravest, most technologically savvy writers could start a blog, and even then, a blog served as a place where they shared their own thoughts and opinions about a certain topic, or shared their own experiences...

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