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The Publication of First to Last -The Tale of a Biker by Dennis Lid
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Looking for a publisher? There is a 'war' going on in the publishing industry. Some people believe a writer should only approach publishing houses l...
The REC Dark Eden Scottish Nocturnal Writing Contest by Kendra Chailyn
Maybe it's the kilts or the accents or even the mythical beauty but whatever it is we love Scottish men. Here's your chance to impress us with yo...
The Red Book of Lance by +Steven Curtis Lance
"...words of flame cried in the wilderness by a madman who is damned to tell the truth..."...
The Release of The Concubine Saga is another Cheap Marketing Ploy by Lloyd Lofthouse
This was a secret the author hoped to keep....
The Revolt of the Poor - The Demise of Intellectual Property? by Sam Vaknin
the mythology generated by capitalism to pacify the masses, the myth of intellectual property stands out. ...
The Road Traveled by Kenny Kemp
How winning the Grand Prize in the Writers Digest National Self-Published Book awards changed everything...
The Rules Are Still the Same by William Amos
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Introducing The Scaly Daily...
The Screen Writers Web: Use the Web to Target your Script Submissions by Lenore Wright
Four steps creative writers can take to help target stars and producers for their screenplay submissions....
The State of Publishing: Who You Gonna Call? by Sandra Cropsey
If self-publishing is ever to be taken seriously, an association needs to be created with specific guidelines for its membership much like the Associa...
The Stigma of Self Publishing? by Bill Benitez
Even some who self publish consider "self publishing" a stigma to books. Regardless of the quality of the book, unless it was selected and published b...
The Strength of Walking Into The Future by Pamela Faye
Authors, and the New Industry of Electronic Publishing....
The Three P's, and I don't mean Vegetables. by Valerie
Three qualities you need to cultivate to successfully write, publish and market your books....
The Top Four Ways to Market Your Book by Brian Banashak
Speaking engagements, radio interviews, publicity, and the internet are the top four ways to promote and market your book. Here's what you need to kno...
The Trough by Stan Law (aka Stanislaw Kapuscinski)
The Ultimate Professional by Cheryl Wright
If you want to be a writer, you've got to act like a professional. This article will point you in the right direction....
The Ups and Downs of Writing by Dr. Carla Goddard
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The War Between Paying and Non-Paying Sites: Isn't it Time to Call it a Truce? by Dorothy Thompson
As long as paying-site editors condemn non-paying sites, the battle of non-paying and paying sites will continue. Why not stop this tirade and call i...
The Writer Obsessed by Mary Jesse
Writing is an act of solitude. You are alone with your thoughts. Even when you are with others, if you are writing in your mind, you are alone. Wha...
The Writer's Little Black Book by Rie Sheridan Rose
Excerpt from my new tips book. First published as a writing column in VERGE ezine....
this will help you promote your books online by Russel Wayne
i have a list of free ad sites where you can post blurbs or articles about your books without spending money. Just go over the numbers and see for you...
Thoughts on Online Publishing Services by Glenda Bixler
Personal thoughts and tips to writers who use online publishing services...
Three Reasons Why Writers Must Get to Know Their Editors by Dennis De Rose
If you don't really know your editor, you may pay a big price later on. Here are three reasons why you might want to take the time to do so......
Three Steps to Increase Reader Response by Terry Swejkoski
I participate in wide range daily solutions as a publisher. One of the frequent questions I'm asked is, "How do I increase my reader response?" My fi...
Tips For New Writers by Sonja Foust
Stuck? Here are some ways you as a new writer can get unstuck and get going!...
Tips to Improve Customer Service by Steven E
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Tired of Losing Royalties? by Rita Schiano
Are you losing royalties due to the resale of your books on Amazon, B &N, eBay,.......
Titles -- How Important Are They? by John Howard Reid
We all know the conventional wisdom that book titles are super-important. I'd agree with that. After all, the title is often the first contact a pote...
Titles Are Important by John Howard Reid
Once you become a famous author, you can put any title you like on whatever you write, for it is your name alone that will induce a cloudburst of inte...
Titles! Importance of an Intriguing Title for Poems and Stories by John Howard Reid
In any Literary Competition, the first thing a Judge sees is the title of your entry. Does it catch his eye? Does it arouse his interest? Does it make...
To Assess or Not to Assess, That is the Question by Karen Field
You've completed your first manuscript and now you need to decide if you need to have it accessed by a professional....
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The publishing marketplace is changing daily. Authors have more opportunities than ever before, and with new options come new challenges. This article...
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Track Your Article for Maximum Results by Steven E
Track Your Article for Maximum Results. Learn how to track your article so you can find out how much attention you are bringing in. ...
Traditional Publishing and Beyond by Mary Nickum
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Traditional Publishing vs. Self Publishing by Shay Nolon
Is it Better to go with Traditional Publishing, or do it by way of Self Publishing?...
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Traditional Verse? What Exactly Is It? by John Howard Reid
The term, "Traditional Verse", can mean many things, although most readers and writers tend to concentrate their thinking to popular verse forms of t...
Translating Is a Difficult Art by John Howard Reid
Fidelity or readability? Most translators strive for both, but some achieve neither!...
Transmedia Story-Telling (in a Holographic Multiverse) by Ian Irvine (Hobson)
What is Transmedia Writing and why is it relevant to every aspiring writer? This article, originally presented as a talk at the Bendigo Fringe Festiva...
Travel in grammar by Teresa Pelka
If a grammar book tells the truth depends on who there is to answer the question — a preface....
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Creative nonfiction writers use techniques associated with fiction. They shape events into stories. Characters, scenes, dialogue, suspense and plot he...
Turn On The Tap Writers And Watch The Money Flow Out by Linda Meckler
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Turning Ideas Into Books by Laura Backes
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Usefulness of Contest Anthologies for Intending Entrants by John Howard Reid
It's astonishing how many competitors imagine that all literary contests are much the same. Of course, this common lack of perception suits contest o...
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