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Book design mistakes
This is a guest post by Lucia Tang. You’re not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but everybody does. That’s probably not what you want to hear as a new author. You’re not a designer, after all—you’re a writer. Maybe you’ve got that part down: you’ve honed your craft through contests, studied your... / READ MORE /
2016 lesson 4: regular posting to social media makes a HUGE difference.
Having a web presence is essential for all writers in the twenty-first century.Whether you write fiction, poetry, scripts, nonfiction or all of the above, social media can help to boost your audience.Even if you haven't finished your work in progress yet, there's no excuse for not starting to build your profile now. The sooner you start, the bigger your audience will be by the time your work is ready. / READ MORE /
ProWritingAid review
I can’t remember when I first heard about ProWritingAid. It’s one of those tools that I’ve known about for a long time but until recently had never used. Unlike Grammarly, it doesn’t have a strong social media presence. Unlike Hemingway, it’s not particularly pretty. But, compared to Grammarly and Hemingway, it picks up on much,... / READ MORE /
Though I have seen countless adverts online for both Hemingway and Grammarly, until recently I had never tried either of them out. It was entirely for arrogant reasons. Every time I saw the adverts my first thought was ‘I’m too good at spelling and grammar to use one of those.’ I know! Who do I... / READ MORE /

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