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Increasing Your Visibility in Today’s Crowded Market by Katriena Knights

As opportunity for authors has grown over the last several years, so has the fiction market. Indie publishing and the arrival of more and more small-press publishers has made it harder for an individual author to get their name in front of readers. There are various ways to increase your visibility—advertising, social media, and blog …
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Become Your Own Editor By Greta Gunselman

You’ve gone to the trouble of pouring your heart and soul into your characters, agonized over plot points, settings, and descriptions. You’ve rewritten and revised until words are little more than a blur on the paper or computer screen. Your story is finished. Finally. But is it really? Writers write. They are often too close …
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Secrets Behind Super-Heroines by Eilis Flynn

Why is building a super-heroine so different from building a super-hero? Before I answer that, when you’re about to start writing a new story, how do you create a hero and heroine? Do you start with your hero, or do you start with your heroine? Depends on any number of factors, doesn’t it? Depends on …