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Five Reasons Why Today is the Greatest Time to be an Author

Guest blog by Patrick Esposito There have been many great books written, especially in the last 100 years. When men first started writing books, they had to use a chisel and a stone. Eventually the typewriter was invented in 1868 … Continue reading

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Writing Tips and Tricks

Guest blog by Michelle Sommerville As a writer – beginner or life-long – I’m sure you have googled terms like: ‘how do I earn money by writing’, ‘pay for my writing’, and ‘writing jobs’. I was one of those people … Continue reading

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“I am an AUTHOR” – Is this the next big fad?

by Phil Roskams Write an article, get the traffic. Well sort of! Since the birth of writing articles, our industry has caught on to the phenomena of increasing your website’s traffic by becoming the professional in your field. The only … Continue reading

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The Reader Becomes a Writer

by Tony Grayson A Reader Becomes a Writer. Many fiction writers begin as passionate readers of a specific genre of fiction. A dedicated genre reader will acquire and develop a taste for a certain style of writing. The tempo in … Continue reading

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How I Became a Mystery Writer

Guest blog by Mike Martin A funny thing happened to me on the way to becoming a fiction writer. I ended up in mystery. I’m not really sure how I got here or why. But, after being here for a little … Continue reading

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