Why the Book Blogger Community and Amazon Reviewers Matter Most writers usually focus only on the writing and leave the marketing and promotional work after the book is released. The problem with this approach is that it often results to haphazard book marketing efforts and low book sales. A survey on How Ebook Buyers Discover Read More »Read More » '
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Majority of these villains have changed over time. How do you exactly craft the best villain, without it sounding overused?
Simple. Oppose the hero.
As a writer, you will always find yourself drafting exciting new characters and character plots. Antagonist, villain, evil, supervillain—the “bad man” or woman should always be there.
Christmas season is finally here. That means we’re all going to have to do some Christmas shopping, but the thing is, it can get tricky if we prolong buying gifts, since it’s an in-season trend, and especially during last-minute Christmas sales.Read More » '
Children’s Books Ideas to Stimulate Children’s Imagination Children love picture books. Images do stimulate their young minds. So if you’re writing children’s books, it’s always a great idea to include pictures that attract even the youngest of readers.Read More » '
When kids join book clubs, they continuously hone their skills. Have you ever thought about getting your students to join book clubs? As a book enthusiast, you may be wondering why you should join one.Read More » '