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The Secret to Writing the Perfect Synopsis

The Novel Factory Blog - articles to help writers become more productive and knowledgeable.

on BookBaby: Do you have questions about how to assemble your book’s copyright page? Here’s a breakdown of what information you should include and how you should present it. Continue reading HERE

What To Include On Your Book's Copyright Page | BookBaby Blog

Do you have questions about how to assemble your book's copyright page? Here's a breakdown of what info you should include and how you should present it.

This post explains four critical types of book editing, why you need an editor, how to choose one, and what your editor can and cannot do.

The Comprehensive Guide to Finding, Hiring, and Working with an Editor | Jane Friedman

This post explains four critical types of book editing, why you need an editor, how to choose one, and what your editor can and cannot do.

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Getting Your Manuscript Ready For An Editor | BookBaby Blog

You may have typed "the end" on the last page of your manuscript, but it's not ready to be sent to your editor. These nine steps will help clarify what you need to do before you ship your book off for editing.

Third person omniscient vs. limited vs. head jumping - Nathan Bransford | Writing, Book Editing, Publishing Anthony Van Dyck, Peter Paul Rubens, Madrid, Museum Kunstpalast, Small Towns In California, Nemean Lion, Art Et Nature, The Third Person, Archaeology News

Third person omniscient vs. limited vs. head jumping - Nathan Bransford | Writing, Book Editing, Publishing

If a writing fairy popped out of an old typewriter and granted me the ability to fix one craft problem in all the unpublished manuscripts across the realm I would probably terrify it by how quickly I’d shout, “PERSPECTIVES! For the love of Melville fix the broken perspectives!!” You probably know there are three main […]

The Reading Habits Of Five Generations [Infographic] | BookBaby Blog

The Reading Habits Of Five Generations [Infographic] | BookBaby Blog

This infographic charts the reading habits of five generations — showing how we consume, select, and engage with our reading materials.

What are the different types of novel editing? - by Louise Harnby.

What are the different types of novel editing?

What are the different types of novel editing? - Louise Harnby | Fiction Editor & Proofreader

Novelists and memoirists have a lot in common, including the mistakes they tend to make. Don't make this one when you're starting out. I Need Money Now, Marketing Budget, Fiction And Nonfiction, Eye Roll, First Novel, Self Publishing, Memoirs, Short Stories, Mistakes

Novelists and memoirists have a lot in common, including the mistakes they tend to make. Don't make this one when you're starting out.

To help you plan virtual book tour events, we’ve compiled a list of strategies we’ve seen authors use when launching their virtual tours.

VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR with Jenna Moreci - The Savior's Sister

To help you plan virtual book tour events, we’ve compiled a list of strategies we’ve seen authors use when launching their virtual tours.

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Write With Your Heart. Edit Like a Bitch

Please welcome debut author Maan Gabriel to Writer Unboxed today! We stumbled upon one of Maan’s blog posts via Twitter and fell in fast love with her style and messaging, and so reached out …

How to Communicate Without Words

How to Communicate Without Words

A while back, I texted my daughter. Dinner is ready. Her: Are you mad at me? What? Why? I’m just saying that dinner is ready. Her: Your period is really angry. Perhaps you’ve encountere…

Children’s Books Never Go Out of Style – Kathryn Starke | Guest Post | The Independent Publishing Magazine

Children’s Books Never Go Out of Style – Kathryn Starke | Guest Post | The Independent Publishing Magazine

Ground Your Characters with All Five Senses Writing Goals, Writing Advice, Writing A Book, How Do You Stop, Copy Editing, Story Structure, Minor Character, Fiction And Nonfiction, Hbo Series

Ground Your Characters with All Five Senses

When I’m writing—these articles, for example—I often compose a kind of first draft in my head, and I usually do it when I’m out on a long walk with the dog. For this article, I knew I wanted to get…

How to Self-publish a Hardcover Book | 1106 Design Book Cover Design, Book Design, Sell Books On Amazon, Forms Of Communication, Foil Stamping, Self Publishing, Beautiful Artwork, Audio Books

How to Self-publish a Hardcover Book | 1106 Design

In this article we provide three options for authors who want to self-publish a hardcover book via print-on-demand.

Why Does It Take So Long to Publish a Book? | 1106 Design

Seniors and Publishing: Top 3 FAQ about Seniors and Books | 1106 Design

Here's what you need to know as a senior about seniors and publishing, including the top 3 FAQ about seniors and books.

5 Ways Paragraphing Supports Story

5 Ways Paragraphing Supports Story

If the last time you thought about paragraphing was when you learned that a paragraph was comprised of a topic sentence, three supporting sentences, and a conclusion, listen up: that staid structur…