Tag: writing advice

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5 Important Reasons Why Submissions Matter: Exposure vs Pay

If you hang out on social media long enough, you???ll find groups specializing in Open Calls for writing. They always ask you to list a few important things: Rate of pay Submission fee Specifics like genre, word count These are good things because it will draw the right kind of writers to the publisher hosting…
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October 17, 2017 1

How to Harness the Power of the Crowd: 5 Must-Read Tips for Writers Considering Crowdfunding

Deciding to??publish your own work??is big step, but the cost of putting out a book by oneself can be enough to derail even the most stalwart of self-pub dreamers. Thankfully, somewhere between paying it all out of pocket and??finding one of the Big 5??to foot the bill, there are some options for raising funds for…
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October 13, 2017 0

To Self-publish or Not, How to Bring Your Book to the World

The scariest part of being a writer, after the first word, the last word, and everything in between, is deciding what to do once you???ve written your masterpiece. Image courtesy of Rebekah Jonesy Writing??The End??isn???t the end. It???s the end of the first chapter of getting published. So what???s the second chapter? Figure out how…
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October 11, 2017 0