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A social media following doesn’t guarantee sales. Building an audience that’s engaged with your work—your mission—requires more varied tools ...
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What makes a memoir suitable for YA or middle-grade readers isn’t shying away from tough topics but approaching them with ...
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Instead of resolving to make a big change in your habits, think of one small thing to do to support ...
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Being a freelance editor requires lifelong curiosity, persistent self-education, ruthless support—and the ability to do all this quickly ...
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Showing the moments of normalcy brings the reader more fully into your life, and heightens the drama when traumatic events ...
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How to Restart Your Unfinished Book
Your calendar will never be suddenly free of urgent distractions. To finish that book on the back burner, you must ...
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When you’ve completed a draft but it’s falling a bit flat, it’s time for the Story Draft: creative work done ...
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2 Methods for Structuring Your Memoir
Authoring a memoir, the gift of hindsight allows you to invest moments with deeper meaning than they may have had ...
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