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The Author-Editor Relationship

When I started writing ten years ago, I had no idea where to go or who to turn to when it came to the editing process. Over the course of writing my first book and meeting other writers, I knew there were several options available to me, but as the story goes for most novices,…

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What does it take to design a book cover that actually sells?

While the main principles of book cover design generally remain the same, the small design nuances that hook your reader’s attention and compel them to pick up your literary masterpiece change with every coming year.  Why? Because trends are constantly changing, which collectively alters our aesthetic interests and expectations. So, a cover that sells in…

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10 of the Oldest Bookstores in the United States

Whether you love browsing bookstores or are just a reading fanatic, you’ve come to the right blog post. I’ve gone ahead and done the research for you to show you beautiful and historic bookstores all across the United States. During my research, I discovered one of the oldest bookstores in the country just two hours from my…

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Dead Drift

For two girls on the run, the rapids seem like the perfect adventure. But it might just be their last. At eighteen, Emmy Jenkins knows not to expect too much from life. She’s spent most of it bouncing from one foster home to another. The one thing she can count on is her foster sister…

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5 Tips for Self-Editing for Fiction Writers

“You just finished writing your novel! What are you going to do next?” This sounds a lot like the gameshow host’s proverbial, “You just won a million dollars! What are you going to next?” doesn’t it? I’ve never heard a game winner shout, “Edit!” but, “Self-edit!” should be every fiction writer’s answer. Completing a novel…

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