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How to Write Good Fiction: 4 Foundational Skills and How to Build Them

The article How to Write Good Fiction: 4 Foundational Skills and How to Build Them showed first on The Write Practice. Do you want to write a novel but are unsure how to write good myth? Writing good myth takes time and practise. There’s no way around it. However, if you’re looking for some specific […]

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How to Say YES – Every Time

How do you say Yes to every customer request? Is it possible? Is this customer service utopia? My friend Christine Trippi wrote a journal entitled Yes Is the Answer. And Cameron Mitchell, about whom I’ve written before, wrote a record with a similar designation, Yes is the Answer. What is the Question? Both of these […]

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How to Become a Successful Writer: 5 Productivity Tools

The article How to Become a Successful Writer: 5 Productivity Implements sounded first on The Write Practice. Have you ever wondered how some novelists publish a work or more a year? Do they have a secret that could teach you how to become a successful writer? Are there tools you could use to conclude you […]

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How Much Do Authors Earn? Here’s the Answer No One Likes.

money icons from Noun Project In the last month, there have been a few informative clauses discussing how much generators deserve 😛 TAGEND The One Where Writing Books Is Not Really a Good Idea by Elle Griffin( Substack) How Much Do Authors Make Per Book ? by Sarah Nicolas( BookRiot) How Much Do Authors Actually […]

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How the Pandemic Is Affecting Book Publishing

In a recent article at the New York Times, you’ll find a big-picture overview of what’s happening to US book marketings as a result of the pandemic. Despite print marketings being up around 8 percent overall–a record-breaking year–the NYT article draws a doom-and-gloom scenario, with significant nail biting about the “profound impact on literary culture.” […]

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Writing Your First Novel: How to Fix an (Accidentally) Autobiographical Novel

Some of you may be participating in our 100 Day Book program, writing your first novel on your own, or kicking around the idea of starting that manuscript. Writing your first tale is hard. It’s a struggle. It’s a learning process. And it’s often autobiographical, even though they are you don’t signify it to be. […]

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How to Find the Writing Coach You Need

Do you have a great idea for a notebook but you’re not sure what to do with it? Have you ever started writing a book and never finished, or finished it but didn’t know what to do next? If yes, you might feel baffled. You also might vastly benefit from hiring a writing coach. But […]

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How to Finish Your Novel Faster: 4 Lessons From (Almost) Missing My Writing Deadlines

This client affix is by Demi LeJeune. Demi is a writer of near and far future Science Fiction blended with a dash of Thriller and a great deal of person. His aim is to send readers on what-if escapist escapades. Find out more on his website at demilejeune.com and follow him on Facebook and Twitter( […]