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writing strategy

Do You Have A Writing Strategy?

Having great ideas and good intentions might be the baseline of your writing efforts, but having a writing strategy can help you get your book written.
theme of your book

How To Find The Theme Of Your Nonfiction Book

If you find your writing isn’t as organized or cohesive as the ideas in your head, you’re not alone. These five steps can help you find the theme of your narrative and deliver a compelling story.
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How To Sell Books Through Gift Shops In Parks

The National Park Service turned 105 on August 25, 2021. It's a good time to talk about how publishers can sell books through gift shops in parks and historic sites.
writing retreat

Writing Retreats: A Gift Of Creative Magic

A writing retreat can be a gift to yourself that injects confidence and focus into your writing. You'll just need to determine the where, when, and curriculum that's ideal for you.
write what you know

What Does It Mean To “Write What You Know?”

Writing what you know could be defined as how well we, as writers, examine life. To connect with a reader, you must give them an experience, colored by details found in our shared experiences.
flawed characters

How Flawed Characters Create Meaning In Story

A plot with underdeveloped characters is little more than light and sound. No matter how good the explosions and spectacle, story is ultimately about character, and flawed characters are believable characters. After all, no one's perfect.
get holiday book sales

How To Get Holiday Book Sales This Year (and beyond)

If you don’t have the time or aren’t prepared to promote your book this holiday season, don’t worry. There are plenty of great (maybe better!) opportunities for book sales throughout the year.


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