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How To Become An Author And What You Need To Start

You can dream of becoming the next bestselling author, but let’s do a reality check first You can write, but that doesn’t make you a writer. You’re a writer, but that doesn’t make you an author. You wrote a book, but that doesn’t make you an author. Almost everyone can write. …

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9 Simple Trigger Words Can Help You Get More Google Traffic

Powerful words that can deliver better organic traffic result for your content writing Certain words called power words, emotive words or trigger words all mean the same thing. By whatever term, it is an ancient marketing tool to use words and phrases that produce an emotional response. You can almost imagine a stonemason …

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Fail Again, Fail Better? Does It Mean You Will Fail Worse?

What did Beckett mean by, fail better? It has now become a tired and hackneyed cliché. Fail better has been adopted as a catchcry, warcry and even as a pseudo-business model for tech startups, entrepreneurs, and elite sports stars. The current interpretation of these two oddly collocated words in business, sport and …

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Tips For Creating A Novel That Sells To The Public

Authors work hard on their books. They do their best in marketing and selling their craft. It’s a fierce battle for authors as they need to fight against outside distractions. Marketing and Writing a Book One of the mistakes that some authors make is that they consider marketing as a …

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How To Promote Your Books With Great Content Writing

Promoting your books is not only about advertising The online world has opened up numerous opportunities for different fields. The same applies to writers and authors. Whether you are looking for an agency to publish your work, or have taken the self-publishing route. Content writing has been one of the …

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When The Plot Of A Story Gets A Few Things Wrong

Fiction writing only works when the plot of a story makes perfect sense. “The king died, and then the queen died” is a story. “The king died, and then the queen died of grief” is a plot. E. M. Forster It’s an old quote, but I was reminded of it this …

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