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Great Little Last-Minute Editing Tips for Writers: Book Review

Great Little Last-Minute Editing Tips for Writers: Book Review

Writers know that their stories come to light after the editing process. You tighten sentences, fix typos, look for flow and correct errors. There are plenty of words that can be confusing, and author Carolyn Howard-Johnson offers a list of Full Article

Web Content, PLR, and Article Packages

Web Content, PLR, and Article Packages

In one of my earlier posts, I discussed ghostwriting for freelance writers. The article by Yvonne Perry highlights the pros and cons of this type of writing. I’ve been a professional freelance writer for over six years and have ghostwritten Full Article

The Great First Impression Book Proposal: Book Review

The Great First Impression Book Proposal: Book Review

If you’re interested in writing a book, then I’ve found a great resource for you. Written by PR guru, award-winning writer, Carolyn Howard-Johnson, The Great First Impression Book Proposal guides you through every step you need to know Full Article

Top Writing Resources

Top Writing Resources

My post is dedicated to my friend Darlene Davis begin_of_the_skype_highlighting     end_of_the_skype_highlighting, who wrote a great post on The Lost Art of Writing. She discovered a letter written by her great-grandmother, which in turn, Full Article

Grade Your Book With Free Tracking Tools

The Hardest Part of Writing If you ever hoped to be a published author, you may be surprised to know how much work you need to do after the book is published. Obviously, the freshly printed book in your hands is reason to celebrate, but your work is Full Article

Writing Job Sites You Don’t Want To Miss

It can be hard to find writing jobs, especially from sites you can trust. An important rule is not to pay for a list of companies that will “surely” hire you once you hand over your money. That’s a pretty good rule for any kind of Full Article

New E-Publisher: MuseItUp Publishing

MuseItUp Publishing is a new, royalty paying, Canadian e-publisher. The founder, Lea Schizas, is a seasoned author, editor, and author mentor. She founded the free, annual writers’ conference, MuseItUp Online Writing Conference, and is the Full Article

Upcoming Author Interviews

As a book reviewer, I’m thrilled to cross paths with new authors. I enjoy discovering emerging authors, especially ones who write terrific books. Off the New York Times’ book list, these gems could be missed — if not for Full Article

Ghostwriting – A Behind-the-Scenes Job

Some writers accept ghostwriting jobs — projects to write or edit for someone else who is then credited as the author of the book.  I haven’t ghostwritten a book, but I have ghostwritten plenty of articles and ebooks for other people. I Full Article

Seven Tips For Writing A Good Bio

Seven Tips For Writing a Good Bio By Yvonne Perry Having a good bio is a must for any author. You may use it in your book’s front matter in the About the Author section, or on your Web site or as a profile on social networking groups, or Full Article

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