Category Archives: Book writing strategies

3 Tips for Reducing Writer’s Block and Eliminating Anxiety As An Author

Dealing with anxiety as an author can cause often put undo strain on your creativity. If you have ever experienced writer’s block as an author, you know that it can be frustrating, stressful and anxious. Writer’s block is often caused by a lack … Continue reading

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Writing Inspiration by William Wordsworth

People who love to write articles and books typically have a rich imagination, are creative in their use of words and really enjoy what they are doing. Non fiction writers also enjoy the additional challenge of researching new information and … Continue reading

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3 Tips to Enhance the Success of Your Nonfiction Books

There are so many elements to becoming a successful author that you cannot possibly do them all. However, you can implement some basic strategies that will improve your book writing skills. Here are three quick tips that can help make … Continue reading

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Inspirational Quote for Writers and Authors – Napoleon Hill

  Writers block is often the culprit leading to frustration and failure for many authors and writers. Like anything that you want to do successfully, the key to attaining your goal of having your message in print is to prepare in … Continue reading

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Non Fiction Writing Quote – Robert W. Lucas

Successfully, writing non fiction articles and books requires a mastery of effective writing skills (e.g. grammar, punctuation, and syntax). It also requires the ability to adequately research and gather information, data, concepts and ideas related to the writer’s subject in order … Continue reading

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Inspirational Quote for Writers – Marcus Fabius Quintilianus (circa 65 A.D.)

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4 Tips to Improve the Success of Your Nonfiction Books

If you write nonfiction books designed for personal and professional development, information or reference, textbooks, or self-help you should plan your approach to content development and page layout before you begin to write. To do this should be done in … Continue reading

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Five Tips for Author Success

Becoming a successful author is a combination or writing talent, personality and successful promotion or marketing efforts. It is not enough to just spend time putting thoughts into words. You must also create a strategy for enhancing your knowledge of writing, … Continue reading

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Professional Writing Tips Quote – Margaret Thatcher

It does not matter whether you write fiction, non-fiction, articles, scripts, books or some other type material(s), you have to develop a plan and stick to it in order to be successful. Unfortunately, many talented and educated people who have … Continue reading

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3 Keys in Choosing the Right Editor for YOUR Work by Dr. Sharon Massen, Ph.D., CPhT, CAP

Editors are NOT one size fits all. Just as your works are unique to you, your style, your presentation of the materials, your editor should be an asset to the project and help you polish your work to the gem … Continue reading

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