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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.
your own writing

Editing Your Work: Things You Don’t See In Your Own Writing

It's easier to find flaws in someone else's work than it is in your own. There's a lot you can do to minimize errors and make your writing shine, but another set of eyes on your work is always a good idea.
editor's perspective

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.
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.
book edit

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.
is your book finished

Is Your Book Finished?

How great would it be to have a device to stick into the pages of your book to tell you when it's done? It’s the same for new, inexperienced writers and published authors alike: sometimes it’s hard to gauge when your manuscript is truly finished.
turning point

Navigating The Turning Point In Your Story

Are you ready to face the repercussions of the major turning point in your story? It may not only take your characters and story world for a ride, as the writer, you need to buckle up, too.

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