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WordPress Blogging for Authors of Fiction

WordPress Blogging for authors of novels, novellas and other fictional material. So you want to build a league of followers through your fictional writing but only see factual-driven content being promoted online? It’s true, there are more bloggers writing attractive and interesting blogs to lure a wide range of readers using a  one-stop line title and picture.…
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Understand the Differences Between Fiction and Nonfiction

“ You are currently reading non-fiction. Does that mean this article will tell you the truth? Not necessarily.”

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Factual Versus Fictional Writing

There is not a lot of difference between Factual and Fictional Writing when it comes down to it, because factual is historic, and history is subjective

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Fiction Writing: Creating a Setting

Describing the setting for your novel – either modern-day or fantastical – isn’t as easy as it looks. Click here to learn more about three novel setting types.

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Writing Honestly Is The Only Way You Can Create a Good Work in Fiction 

“ Writing honestly works. Think of the stand up comedian and note how the most successful really only tell you what you already know.”
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The Line Between Fact and Fiction

“For centuries writers of nonfiction have borrowed the tools of novelists to reveal truths that could be exposed and rendered in no better way. They place characters in scenes and settings, have them speak to each other in dialogue, reveal limited points of view, and move through time over conflicts and toward resolutions.”

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16 Blog Ideas for Fiction Writers to Engage the Right Audience

“Create the right kind of content to promote your fiction, and you’ll grow an audience of your target readers.”

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