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engaging kids with reading

Engaging Kids With Reading

Research tells us that reading and writing are deeply intertwingled. Engaging kids with reading develops their writing skills, and vice versa. Kids have amazing story ideas in them.
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Editing and Revision Promises With Grant Faulkner

Grant Faulkner joined our January #BBchat to talk about editing after NaNoWriMo and the importance of “revision promises.”
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Life After NaNoWriMo: #BBchat Recap

Heather R. Todd joined our #BBchat to talk about how to effectively navigate the manuscript editing process after NaNoWriMo, or any major writing project.
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Three Simple Practices for Advancing Your Writing Career

Creating a writing group with trusted friends and authors is one way to provide accountability, moral support, and feedback – and can be a great asset as you advance your writing career.
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Join BookBaby’s Twitter Chat With AutoCrit’s Jocelyn Pruemer On Oct. 21st

Want to learn more about the power of fine-tuning your sentences to improve your writing? Join BookBaby and Jocelyn Pruemer on Wednesday, October 21 at 4 pm ET for a special Twitter Q&A where we’ll talk about the best ways to find the weaknesses in your writing and how to fix them.
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How to Write a Professional Manuscript: #BBchat Recap

Nancy L. Erickson joined our September BookBaby Twitter Chat to talk about how to produce a professional manuscript, including some of the common mistakes a new author often makes.
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Blogging A Book With Nina Amir: #BBChat Recap

We frequently hear our literary friends asking how to manage their writing time more effectively, and while blogs often come up in the conversation, the idea of using a blog to build and test material for a new book is not often mentioned. Nina shared her suggestions for posting frequency and word count goals, and even for the busiest of writers, her suggestions are very attainable.

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