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What We Write Matters
What We Write Matters 1024 576 Reader Views
Words still matter. Perhaps, today more than ever. What we say and what we write carries weight, makes a difference. read more
What Goes into Making a Stunning Book Cover?
What Goes into Making a Stunning Book Cover? 1024 576 Reader Views
Covers are important. People do judge a book by the cover. If your cover is an obvious Photoshop, lots of readers will ignore it. If you are part of a marketing group, you need to have a top-five cover to ensure you are getting more clicks. I always ask myself, if I went to the bookstore and put my book on the shelf, would it stand out for the right reasons? read more
The Art of Ghostwriting
The Art of Ghostwriting 1024 576 Reader Views
Ever considered using a ghostwriter? Today Michael J. Coffino discusses the essential attributes for an effective ghostwriter-author relationship. read more
Great Stories about Great Storytellers
Great Stories about Great Storytellers 1024 1024 Reader Views
GREAT STORIES about GREAT STORYTELLERS shares insights into storytellers whose names you no doubt recognize—names like Edgar Allen Poe, Steven Spielberg John Grisham and Walt Disney—but reveals the backstories you probably never heard about them. read more
Sometimes Words Fail Even a Writer
Sometimes Words Fail Even a Writer 1024 576 Reader Views
Today, Carolyn Howard Johnson shares some LOVE-ly thoughts about writing on demand and applying an old adage to writers and and writing. read more
Why Give Content Away for Free?
Why Give Content Away for Free? 1024 576 Reader Views
Free content as a marketing tool? Today, B.A. Bellec shares why it’s a good growth strategy and how his digital toolbox has helped him expand his platform exponentially. read more
Why Literature is Different than Genre Fiction
Why Literature is Different than Genre Fiction 1024 576 Reader Views
What differentiates literary fiction from genre fiction can be summarized by four hierarchical points. read more
Historical Storytelling – How to Master Your Craft for a Genre Audiences Love
Historical Storytelling – How to Master Your Craft for a Genre Audiences Love 1024 576 Reader Views
If you love historical storytelling as much as I do, there’s no time like the present to master your craft. Writing and researching history for entertainment purposes requires the writer to wholly immerse themselves into the time period to the point where everything the reader can imagine seeing, feeling, smelling, hearing, etc., embeds them within the time period of the story. read more
Reader Magnets and Cross-Promotion or What is BookFunnel?
Reader Magnets and Cross-Promotion or What is BookFunnel? 1024 576 Reader Views
If you’ve never checked out BookFunnel you’re missing out on a major marketing tool to attract and retain readers. Author B.A. Bellec discusses some of the highlights of the program and shows us samples of the ways he’s using the platform. read more
Breaking Old Reading Habits
Breaking Old Reading Habits 1024 576 Reader Views
I’ve compiled a list that I hope might convince those who think they hate literary novels to give it a fair try using my list as a guide. I am convinced those who hate, hate, hate it were coerced to read literary before they were ready—that is they were too young or didn’t yet have the background—that can be read as, “didn’t have the equipment yet”—to understand it, much less to appreciate it. I mean, I know of no one who jumped into James Joyce without proper guidance who loves his work. For that matter, I know no one at all who is head-over-heels for it, no matter what the circumstances. read more