Editorial

On Writing Chase Scenes
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Today on the blog, Carolyn Howard Johnson shares invaluable insights on refining action scenes in your writing, drawing from her experiences on a Greater Los Angeles Writers Society panel, and providing practical tips to elevate your manuscript’s pace and intensity, essential for engaging readers and attracting publishers. read more
The Signature Voice: Crafting Prose with Personality
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Unleash the true power of your narrative with our insights on crafting a writing voice that’s emotionally rich, unmistakably vibrant, and authentically yours. read more
Collaboration and Writing: How Producing Songs Made Me A Better Writer!
Collaboration and Writing: How Producing Songs Made Me A Better Writer! 624 416 Reader Views
From solitary writing to the synergy of collaboration, explore how teamwork in editing and marketing enhances the author’s journey. read more
Jumpstart Telling Your Story: Getting Started
Jumpstart Telling Your Story: Getting Started 1024 576 Reader Views
Joann Vega offers practical tips on memoir writing, inspired by her own journey with ‘Moments in Flight: A Memoir,’ and her program, Ancestry: Telling Your Story. She guides aspiring authors through the process of capturing and reflecting on their personal narratives. read more
Quit Your Day Job? Organizing Your Day as a New Full-Time Author
Quit Your Day Job? Organizing Your Day as a New Full-Time Author 1024 576 Reader Views
Becoming a full-time author is a journey that demands both creativity and organization—learn how to balance both in your daily routine. read more
Handling Criticism on Social Media
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Mastering the art of handling criticism on social media is essential for both your professional journey and emotional well-being. read more
Press On: The Lasting Relevance of Press Releases for Authors
Press On: The Lasting Relevance of Press Releases for Authors 1024 576 Reader Views
In a media landscape that’s constantly evolving, you might question the value of a traditional press release. Yet, this long-standing promotional tool continues to deliver results, perfectly complementing today’s diverse array of publicity channels. read more
Juggling Writing and Social Media
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As an author, you’ve probably felt the tension between engaging with readers online and getting down to the task of writing. Social media offers valuable opportunities but can also absorb…

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Three Most Important Components for Publishing an E-Book
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In the ever-changing world of digital publishing, knowing how to navigate from manuscript to e-book is essential. This article breaks down the three key components that make for a professionally produced e-book. read more
Craft a Book Blurb That Sells
Craft a Book Blurb That Sells 650 400 Reader Views
Let’s be honest, we often judge books by their covers, but what truly seals the deal is the book’s description. This seemingly simple text serves as your elevator pitch, enticing readers to step into your created world. Crafting a compelling book description can make that casual browser click the “Buy Now” button. read more