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little stories

Find The Little Stories In Your Complex Topic

You can tackle broad and complex topics by focusing on the little stories within, finding the right entry point, and writing outward from there.
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Advice For Writers: Embracing The Cycles Of Creativity

Must writers be self-destructive and unhinged to be masters of the craft? Creativity is an elusive animal, and there is no magic formula to harness it.
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.
self-published book

From Self-Published Book To Indie Film: Booze, Broads, And Blackjack

BookBaby author Carl Nicita's story shows that — with a good story, a good title, a few choice contacts, and some creative promotion — you can achieve your literary dreams as a self-published author.
TV writer

Behind The Scenes With A TV Writer: Interview With Eric Trueheart

BookBaby's Sam Sedam speaks with Eric Trueheart, BookBaby author and writer for the TV show Invader Zim, about his Medium-Sized Book of Zim Scripts.
bad writing

So Bad, It’s Good

Reading and writing "broken" text can teach an appreciation of what works — and what doesn’t — when it comes to great writing.

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