Shannon Bolithoe : A Writing Life


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Should you .. could you .. crowdfund your next book?

We’re in an age of new publishing models. And two of the emerging trends – crowdfunding and hybrid publishing – seem to meet in the organisation Unbound. The principle of Unbound is simple. Raise enough money to publish the first print run. After that, the profits of any sales are split equally between the author […]

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How to write a novel outline and structure a story: learn the easy way to write a novel outline so you can work smarter and faster with fewer mistakes.

How to write a novel outline and structure a story: learn the easy way to write a novel outline so you can work smarter and faster with fewer mistakes.

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10 Lessons Learned Writing My First Book

All of us have a e-book in us. Ever heard that? I had, rather a lot. In late 2011 I acquired provided my first ebook deal. I turned it down.

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Beginner — Don’t Write That Novel!

British crime novelist Alex Keegan explains why beginners should start with short stories and writing exercises before writing a novel.

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13 Tips For Writing A Novel

Writing is one of the greatest forms of communication. It brings people of different eras, countries, and languages together. It reveals the bonds that unite humanity and expresses the universal pl…

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How to Write a Novel That Will Actually Be Worthy of Publishing

by Michael Cristiano So, you say you have a dream, Mr. Martin Luther King Jr. of prospective fiction (or nonfiction) writer. Well, so do I, and so do millions of others around the world.

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Writing Tip: Just Keep Going

When I’m working on the first draft of a novel, at times it can feel like I’m pushing an enormous boulder up a mountain. Have you ever had that feeling? It’s…

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9 Practical Tricks for Writing Your First Novel

Whether you’re writing your first novel or are struggling with completing a second one (or more), sometimes you need some help focusing and figuring out how to reach your goal.

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Focus on Writing the Best Book You Can

It seems in the last few years, dialogue about all-things-publishing has been focused on platform, marketing, increasing output, distribution platforms, technology, and self-publishing.

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Why Outlining Your Scenes Will Help You Write a Great Novel

Why Outlining Your Scenes Will Help You Write a Great Novel discusses reasons outlining helps novelists create solid novels and shares key questions.

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