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How To Read Your Writing From An Editor’s Perspective

Reviewing your writing from an editor's perspective can be a challenge, even for experienced writers. Here are strategies that can help you bring fresh eyes to your written work.
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Walking Is The Best Writing Exercise

Writing is not the best occupation for your physical health. For most of us, writing involves a lot of sitting, which is why a good walk may be the best writing exercise there is.
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Enhance Your Fiction With Facts

You can honor fact in fiction. Friends, family, locations, events… anything can be inserted into your story, with a wink to those who know the real truth.
write like you're someone else

Write Like You’re Someone — Or Something — Else

Approaching your craft from a different artistic perspective can unlock new ideas and expand your creative toolkit.
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10 Book Launch Don’ts

Here are 10 important things you should avoid to help ensure you have a successful book launch — in the short- and long-term.
book editing

Does My Book Need Editing?

You won’t catch every error in your manuscript. Only one kind of magical spirit can pull off such wizardry — professional editors. You should hire one if you’re serious about this whole publishing thing.
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The Multi-Layer Book Edit

Be mindful of your work’s impact, implications, strengths, and weaknesses — at the micro and macro levels — to be a more powerful and versatile writer.
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The “Do’s” Of Planning A Book Launch

Over the years, I’ve collected thousands of book launch ideas. Here are 10 of the most important ideas you SHOULD DO to create a successful event.
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Why Negotiating A Large Book Sale Is Like A Job Interview

Selling books in large quantity to non-retail buyers may be new territory for you, but you can rely on the same tactics you would in a job interview to help craft your approach.
writer burnout

Avoiding Writer Burnout: Tips For Bedeviled Authors

Is there something noble — or inevitable — in suffering for art? Or can you relax, practice mindfulness, and do your best writing?<

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