5 Advantages Editors Have as Authors

Guest Post by Val Breit

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Book editors are usually a key player behind the scenes helping make a book its best before publication. But did you know that editors have some significant advantages over non-editors when they decide to take center stage and write their own a book? It’s true. Here are five ways editors who publish books have an advantage over […]

Wisdom for Aspiring Writers Part 2

Recently Adazing shared a series of tips to advise aspiring writers with a mixture of practical ideas and mentalities. I loved the ideas and was inspired to take it further. After all, I’ve had the pleasure of contributing my ideas to the Adazing audience in the past. It’s my mission through Kindlepreneur and The Book […]

Book translation – where to start

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Publishing your book in your native language (we’ll assume for the sake of this article that it’s English) is a huge undertaking. However, once it’s complete, the sense of accomplishment is well worth the effort. But while the English-reading audience is enormous, there is also a potential market for your book outside English-speaking countries. Especially […]

Blogging Doesn’t Work for Fiction Writers

The Myth About Fiction Blogs

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“Blogging doesn’t work for fiction writers!” I’ve heard this statement so many times. They say that fiction writers can’t gain new readers the way other bloggers do because no one is searching for what they have to offer. While I agree that someone might not be searching for your newest book “Dusted Earth”, that doesn’t […]

What is Technical Writing?

Technical writing is a form of writing that helps to explain complicated and complex processes related to a specific job or role. In most cases, technical writing is a set of instructions on how to complete a task. When you buy a TV set at the store, and it comes with a set of instructions […]

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