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    Self-publishing

    How to self-publish your book on Amazon Kindle Direct (KDP)

    17th December 2020

    ...your paid series. The arithmetic looks like this: Unit revenue from your free giveaway: $0.00 Unit cost of acquiring those readers: $0.50 (or something like that) Your profit per reader: -$0.50 That...

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    Writing fiction

    The Art of Prose Style: 9 Tips for Writing Perfect Prose

    10th November 2020

    ...you write a 120,000 word book that could be reduced to 90 or 100,000 words without losing any material content? That book would be 20-30,000 words overweight . . . and...

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    Coffee and cake

    Writers in conversation: Steve Cavanagh and Luca Veste

    15th December 2020

    ...up age 21. After that I always harboured the fantasy of writing a book, but never did it. Then in 2011, when I was aged 35, my Mum passed away...

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    Self-publishing

    How to self-publish an e-book and why you ought to do it

    20th November 2020

    ...went well, so I bought back the rights to books #1 and #2 from the (very generous) people at Penguin Random House. That repurchase cost me $10,000, but it was...

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    Publishing industry

    Types of Editing: How To Choose

    20th November 2020

    ...command of your language. If you’re not, and have to pay a line editor, and if you intend to write 10, 15, 20 or more books over the course of...

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    Agents

    Harry Bingham’s 45 Tips To Help You Find Your Literary Agent

    20th November 2020

    ...of downloads. That means 30-50,000 downloads, if the manuscript was being offered for free. And it means at least 10,000 downloads if the manuscript was being sold at a meaningful...

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    Agents

    Literary agents and the slush pile: slaying the myths

    16th November 2020

    ...bad grammar. The concept for the book just can’t work. A Young Adult book that’s 150,000 words long? A cosy little book about the author’s talking parrot? A highly didactic...

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    Writing fiction

    How To Start Writing A Novel: 10 Things To Do Right Away

    17th December 2020

    ...sentences that you don’t need. Every page for surplus paragraphs. If that sounds pedantic, just think about this. If you tried to sell a 100,000 book that had 20,000 surplus...

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    Self-publishing

    Author Platform (What It Is and How To Build It)

    17th November 2020

    ...work hard to create a mailing list of 10,000 names. And let’s say 3,000 of those buy a book when you ask them to. (The other 7,000 were maybe busy....

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    Self-publishing

    How to Commission a Cover Design for a Book (17 Easy Tips)

    17th November 2020

    ...you bought £500 or £1,000 worth of an illustrator’s time, you kind of have to use the image that results, even if that’s not really quite the image you had...

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    Publishing industry

    Marketing tips for authors

    20th November 2020

    ...happy sunlight at the top of the bestseller charts. So, what to do? There’s a lot you can do, in fact, and some of the tools are very potent indeed. So here’s...

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    Writing fiction

    How To Write a Great Opening Sentence for your Novel

    11th November 2020

    ...a little too close to the edge. My verdict? Rethink this sentence from scratch. Example #10 The cat barked. Everyone will want to read on to see what follows. Purrfect....

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    Writing fiction

    Opening Lines For A Story (Great, Effective & Bad Examples)

    5th January 2021

    ...at all. It pulls attention away from “net curtain” and the use of a net curtain for a shroud is quite striking enough irrespective of whether it’s grubby. Just delete...

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    Self-publishing

    Book Launch Plans 2019

    14th November 2020

    ...making $10,000+ in sales revenue, then maybe you have a decision to make. But starting out? Go narrow. You’ll do far better. 7. Don’t Go For Pre-orders Pre-orders stink. Why...

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    Writing fiction

    7 top tips for writing gripping thrillers

    14th November 2020

    ...his best mate first.  It’s really tough to excise a perfectly decent or beautifully written scene but if it doesn’t drive the story forward, your best option is to hit...

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    Success stories

    How I Got My Agent by Helen Fisher

    26th November 2020

    ...let anyone see it. About 30,000 words in, I panicked: I DON’T KNOW HOW TO WRITE A NOVEL, I thought (constantly) and – realising I needed help – I bought...

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    Writing fiction

    Manuscript Presentation, Novel Manuscript Format (with Examples)

    10th November 2020

    ...sent my first manuscript out to literary agents, the damn thing ran to more than 180,000 words and it was enormous. Over 600 pages of printed paper, as I recall. These...

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    Self-publishing

    Why a bestselling author chose to self-publish

    27th November 2020

    ...places then), cool artists, trendy openings, literary cocktail parties. Then came big box bookstores and the home entertainment revolution; then 9/11, George W. and his wars; and then the crash...

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    Writing fiction

    How to chart your plot mountain or plot diagram

    14th November 2020

    ...that. The best stories are essentially character journeys. Your protagonist will need to be human and compelling. Your protagonist will also be in need for a story arc to take place, so...

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    Agents

    How to Find a Literary Agent (the Simple 8 Step Guide)

    10th November 2020

    ...sterling then, at current exchange rates, that comes to exactly £0.00. (I’m writing as an author of 20 years experience and, aside from commission, I have paid my agent exactly nothing in...

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    Writing fiction

    99 Quotes About Writing by the World’s Greatest Writers

    17th November 2020

    ...writers! Enjoy. The quotes and aphorisms gathered together below range across more than 2,000 years of the practice of the craft. Within these quotes you will find agreement on what...

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    Writing fiction

    How to write according to Myers-Briggs personality type

    13th November 2020

    ...what holds you back? If you’re struggling to make headway on a writing project, think how you best work, how maybe a “weakness” could be a strength, and what’ll most...

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    Writing fiction

    How to write according to Myers-Briggs personality type

    5th January 2021

    ...what holds you back? If you’re struggling to make headway on a writing project, think how you best work, how maybe a “weakness” could be a strength, and what’ll most...

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    Success stories

    My Path to Publication by Ruby Speechley

    26th November 2020

    Ruby Speechley got her big break after winning best Opening Chapter at the Festival of Writing in 2017. Now, nearly two years later, her debut novel Someone Else’s Baby has just been...

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    Writing fiction

    30 best books on writing and getting published

    26th November 2020

    ...Novel by EM Forster 8.  10 Rules of writing by Elmore Leonard 9.  The Simple Art of Murder by Raymond Chandler 10. The Art of the Novel by Milan Kundera Why join our...

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    Publishing industry

    Predictions in book publishing

    16th November 2020

    ...of the future from the past, just to remind us all that I’ve probably got absolutely everything wrong. Print Publishing Will Collapse Probability: <10% Print publishing is plainly not collapsing. The...

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    Writing fiction

    Using internal and external conflict in genre writing

    17th November 2020

    ...political orders, and so on. Fantasy at its most basic, generic level deals with the threat of a ‘dark power’ of some kind – with magic turned to evil purposes....

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    Self-publishing

    How Tim O’Rourke became a Kindle bestseller

    26th November 2020

    ...copies. (Happy days as I had passed the magic 150!) The problem is, there are over 600,000 books available to download on the Kindle so how do I make mine...

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    Writing fiction

    Points of View in Fiction Writing (with Plenty of Examples)

    4th January 2021

    ...I’ll be close to 1,000,000 words published in the series. And every single one of those words, without exception, comes from Fiona’s voice. There is no other perspective anywhere in...

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    Agents

    Read a Sample Literary Agent Query Letter (with Hints + Tips)

    5th January 2021

    ...question: Dear Agent Name I’m writing to seek representation for my first novel, TALKING TO THE DEAD, a police procedural of 115,000 words. The book opens with news of a...

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    Writing fiction

    Punctuation for Writers

    6th January 2021

    ...only 1,000 actual dashes. 100 brackets, of which many were things like “in Paragraph 22(c)”, where the use of the bracket isn’t really a parenthesis in the normal way. The...

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    Uncategorized

    How Does Instafreebie Work

    29th March 2021

    ...a basic free plan, a package of US$20 a month, or US$50 a month. You’ll need to research each of these, but you’ll likeliest want to pay the $20 a...

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    Agents

    Literary agents: all your questions answered

    17th November 2020

    ...query about 10-12 agents when they are ready to submit their work. Why 10-12? Why not more? Why not fewer? We’ll tell you: Why not more? Realistically, there are probably only...

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    Writing fiction

    How to write a short story in 10 steps – with examples

    15th December 2020

    by Dan Brotzel In this article, Dan Brotzel shares 10 simple steps and practical pointers to get you up and writing shorter fiction! For about 30 years, I slogged away...

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    Self-publishing

    How to format your ebook

    15th December 2020

    ...a standard font such as Times New Roman, Georgia or Arial. Use a point size of 10, 11 or 12 for the main body text. Use black text. Avoid line...

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    Writing fiction

    How To Write Erotica – And A Damn Fine Sex Scene

    10th November 2020

    ...short. A 50,000 word story wouldn’t work so well as a crime-thriller, but it’s plenty long enough for erotica. Think Character But if your story is simple, your characters shouldn’t...

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    Writing fiction

    How To Write Descriptions And Create A Sense Of Place

    18th December 2020

    ...Boom! We’re there. In his world. In his village. Already excited to see what lies ahead. And yes, he’s started early (Chapter 1, Page 1, Line 1). But it’s more...

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    Writing fiction

    Writing your draft: how to write characters (not clichés)

    16th November 2020

    ...Bennet marries in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, fewer (generally) care if a certain Miss Price marries in Jane Austen’s previous novel, Mansfield Park. In Pride and Prejudice, a relationship develops in action...

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    Agents

    What I learned about book publishing as a debut author

    26th November 2020

    ...It’s one massive chain of ink-stained hands and I love being a part of it. I truly believe this industry contains some of the best human beings on the planet....

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    Screenwriting

    How to format a screenplay

    26th November 2020

    ...King’s Speech is almost identical in its awareness of what its audience demands. The producer also cares about budget, so think carefully before you make it rain in a scene or...

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    Publishing industry

    When The Agent-Author Relationship Goes Bad

    20th November 2020

    ...an agent. 10 Top Tips For Surviving The Wrong Agent I’ve learned several things from this experience, and here is my advice to anyone in a similar situation. Do not...

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    Self-publishing

    How to increase Amazon book sales

    16th November 2020

    ...Clean & Wholesome. Qualifying for that Best Seller list requires a rank of about #10,000 or in the region of 20 sales a day. This is starting to seem more...

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    Publishing industry

    3 key steps to building your author brand

    26th November 2020

    ...at the beginning of their careers is creating an authentic online presence to engage readers. If you’re self-publishing, though, it’s central. You’ll be your own editor, designer, social media coordinator,...

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    Success stories

    How Steffanie Edward went from 28 rejections to a two-book deal

    17th March 2021

    ...second novel, which I’m writing now, as part of the Bookouture deal, the target is 1500 words each day. Sometimes I even manage 2000. For my previous novel, the target...

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    Agents

    9 ways to persuade an agent to take you on

    20th November 2020

    ...1% is a lot higher than the average ad-conversion rate online. It’s higher by about 1-2 orders of magnitude.) So 1% of 10,000 views is 100 book sales. Great. No one says...

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    Success stories

    Jodi Taylor’s path to publication

    26th November 2020

    ...whose occupants haven’t been able to get out much. The first draft totalled 123,000 words and at this point I realised I was a writer in need of help. The...

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    Writing fiction

    Outline your novel fast, easily and well with this simple story template

    10th November 2020

    ...Subplot 1 Jane Bennet (Lizzy’s caring sister) and Mr Bingley fall in love, but Bingley moves away, then comes back. Jane and Bingley marry. Subplot 2 Lydia Bennet (Lizzy’s reckless...

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    Agents

    Literary Agents For Paranormal Romances

    16th December 2020

    ...Subplot 1 Jane Bennet (Lizzy’s caring sister) and Mr Bingley fall in love, but Bingley moves away, then comes back. Jane and Bingley marry. Subplot 2 Lydia Bennet (Lizzy’s reckless...

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    Writing fiction

    How to Plot a Novel (Using our Easy Plot Template Technique)

    16th December 2020

    ...Subplot 1 Jane Bennet (Lizzy’s caring sister) and Mr Bingley fall in love, but Bingley moves away, then comes back. Jane and Bingley marry. Subplot 2 Lydia Bennet (Lizzy’s reckless...

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    Agents

    Literary agents for paranormal romances

    20th November 2020

    ...called them sub-plots, but you can call them story strands, or story elements, or anything that feels right to you.) Subplot 1 Jane Bennet (Lizzy’s caring sister) and Mr Bingley...

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