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Five Prominent Ways a Busy Author Can Market Themselves Online

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Over the last decade the internet has changed the lives of writers dramatically. It has tested the publishing industry to …

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Guest Post: Give Me Some Space: The Importance of Declaring Your Workspace

Sara Cleveland

A word from Sara Cleveland: One of the things I have struggled in my journey as a writer is my …

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Open Blog Weekend: 15 Great and Easy Ways to Promote Your Book Online

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There is one question in the publishing universe that has, and always will linger on author’s minds; how to promote and …

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Open Blog Weekend: Book Publishing Process – In The Meantime

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So your manuscript is at the publisher being transformed into your book.  There’s nothing for you to do right? Wrong! …

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Open Blog Weekend: Five Top Tips for Highly Creative Covers

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You’ve written your book, edited it to perfection and are now ready to self-publish. YAY! Then the awful truth hits …

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Open Blog Weekend: Thanks for the Memories

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I’m a really lucky guy in a very privileged position. Since 2011 I’ve managed to lie, cheat and steal my …

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Open Blog Weekend: The Power of Story

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As Jim Loehr, the author of The Power of Story: Change Your Story, Change Your Destiny in Work and in …

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Open Blog Weekend: Is your author website working for you?

Open Blog Weekend

Once you have a website as an author, there is a myth that it will just work and pull in …

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Open Blog Weekend: A Symphony of Adrenaline and Drama: Writing Epic Action

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I’m an action junkie, no two ways about it. Superheroes, sci-fi, fantasy, horror––if it gets my blood pumping, then I’m …

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July’s Open Blog Weekend

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It’s now been just under 2 years since we launched. We are still trying our best to keep all rates …

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Summer Reading – The Challenge of the New Millennium by Kevin J. Villeneuve

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Do you remember the first book that you truly enjoyed? The one that pulled you so far into its world …

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Guest Post: 9 Traits Shared by Successful Self-Publishers by James A. Rose

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Self-publishing is hard work, there’s no getting around that fact. Successful self-publishing is even harder. If it’s your dream then …

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Guest Post: Reaching for the stars by Kevin J. Villeneuve

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Have you ever taken the time to stare into the night sky and actually feel into it? It’s at that …

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Guest Post: A look inside an agent’s head by Frank Bukowski

The Football Agent

Take a look inside a football agent’s head and prepare to be scared, very scared “Rich Dinero is the world’s …

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Back to the Nineteen-Fifties

Susan Moore Jordan E1402095826346

Time Travel All three of the novels I have written (You Are My Song, Eli’s Heart, How I Grew Up) …

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Guest Post: Kevin J. Villeneuve’s Sci-fi Learning – Young Readers and the Environment

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Environmentalism is a topic that has been fairly mainstream in world media for the past two decades. With technology progressing …

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Guest Post: Steve Dullum’s Odyssey of the Abecedarian – Part Four

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For anyone who missed Part Three you can find it here Hi, it’s me again. Time to wrap up this …

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Guest Post: Making Time To Write by Eileen Granfors

Eileen Granfors

People have asked me how I manage to read so many books. They don’t realize that reading is only one …

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Guest Post: Tony Russell – Commons People: Your life in their hands

Tony Russell

When I interviewed a group of MPs for my first book Commons People – MPs are Human Too, I wanted …

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Guest Post: 3 Tips for Developing a Daily Writing Habit by Kevin Tumlinson

Kevin Tumlinson

Good writing is about two things: Persistence and making up a second thing as you go. I’m not the only …

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