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5 Hot Tips To Make Your Kindle Book A Roaring Success

Kindle publishing is a relatively new platform. It’s been successful because authors love the ease of publishing and readers love the large number of eBooks that are available at insanely reasonable prices. There is no fee to authors for publishing and the Amazon site has a huge number of buyers just looking for new books […]

7 Ways To Use Simplicity In Your Writing

When you think about getting your message across to your audience, it is helpful to remember that language is the primary conductor between your brain and the minds of your audience. Ineffective language can weaken and even completely distort what you are trying to say. The key to making your message work is using simplicity. […]

How To Become A Better Writer: Helping Other Writers, Part 7 Of 12

Altruism is a lovely concept, but how often do you see it in the real world? When is the last time you saw someone helping another person out of pure-blooded desire to help? The answers to these questions can reveal a lot about the world you see on a daily basis. Truth be told, I […]

How To Become A Better Writer: Writing Killers, Part 3 Of 12

There are hundreds, even thousands of variables that can kill a dream before it builds any momentum. People can lose sight of their goals, become lazy, run into obstacles or encounter almost anything else. Writing is no different. Desiring to love it and to win are critical in becoming a writer who avoids permanent failure. […]

How To Become A Better Writer: Habits, Part 2 Of 12

In the first post of this series, we covered a number of topics that you may have already been familiar with. In part two of How To Become A Better Writer, we’re going to step even deeper into the genuine mechanics of mastering writing. As always, while I’m not the “world’s best writer” or anything […]

How To Become A Better Writer: Writing 101, Part 1 Of 12

The idea of becoming a writer and being able to make a full time income from it is quite a romantic one. It has only become easier to entertain this possibility in light of contemporary, successful writers: J.K. Rowling, Malcolm Gladwell, Dan Ariely, James Patterson, Paulo Coelho and dozens of others have accomplished this dream. […]