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The Importance Of A Website For Storytellers and Why You Need One

One of the major deciding factors in why one service or product is picked over another is their online presence, and social media alone isn’t enough.

Why Content Marketing Is Important To Storytellers

At its core, content marketing is about telling your story through high-quality information aimed at an audience. But, how do you get started?

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) For Organic Growth

Search Engine Optimization has come under fire in the past few years. However, SEO is still the best way to drive traffic. Start on your SEO adventure now!

Creating Your Story Pulse

Creating Your Story Pulse

Authorpreneur, Editor, and Publisher The choice on how to plan a novel isn’t always an easy one. Should you be outlining the whole story first, or should you take the pantser approach and just get started? I believe the real question should be why do we have to...

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Introduction of the First Draft Series

Introduction of the First Draft Series

Authorpreneur, Editor, and Publisher Writing the first draft takes a lot. It’s not enough to just have an idea, you need to understand structure, language, syntax, and, in the case of fiction, what makes a good story. However, more than anything else, you need...

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Should You Pay For Publishing?

Should You Pay For Publishing?

Authorpreneur, Editor, and Publisher I hear it all the time, “Publishing your book should not cost a dime”, but is that true? This may be the first generation we have a choice on how we publish, but it’s also a generation full of uncertainty within the industry. At...

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Five Publishing Pitfalls To Avoid

Five Publishing Pitfalls To Avoid

Freelance Copywriter This is the 4th post in the Final Draft Series. We are consuming more information today than ever and the ways to publish that information are now sprouting up like hydra heads! So how do you make sure that what you publish is seen and that you...

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What Is A Literary Agent And What Do They Do?

What Is A Literary Agent And What Do They Do?

All pistons have been firing for the past few months. You’ve been inspired, depressed, elated, and confused for good measure, and now you’ve given birth to your book. A couple of hundred megabytes of blood, sweat, and fears that it’s never going to see the light of a bookstore aisle, so you consider sending it to one of those most mythic of characters: the “Literary Agent”. But should you?

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Does a Reader Care About Length?

In school, we were taught that there were certain rules and patterns that had to be followed when writing. These writing logistics seemed simple. An essay had to be 5 paragraphs long, each paragraph had to have 5 sentences, and each sentence had to have a beginning,...

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Writing Logistics: Paragraph Length

Freelance Copywriter We've all learned the golden rule for paragraphs; 5 sentences, the first is an opener and the last is a closer. However, this rule isn't really that golden when it comes to writing fiction, or non-fiction for that matter. Sure, when you're writing...

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Writing Logistics: Scene Length

Freelance Copywriter Ah, the scene. One of the most misunderstood ways to break up a novel. The term gets thrown around in so many different mediums, including in movies, TV shows, and on the stage. As if that wasn't enough, many authors feel that scenes are unneeded,...

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Writing Logistics: Chapter Length

Freelance Copywriter For new writers, and many times even those of us with a few stories under our belts, trying to determine the best length for each chapter is enough to question everything you know about writing. Do you shoot to keep them uniform, every chapter the...

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