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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With the increasing demand for book publishing in China, a booming opportunity for authors flourishes. Since the implementation of 2020 educational reforms in China, an increasing demand for printing and distributing is expected in the coming years. The growth of China’s book market has attracted a global participation across publishing professionals and is looking at Read More »Read More » '
Finished writing the manuscript for your future bestseller? Well, there’s still a long way to go before it actually gets on the best sellers list. First, you need to get it published. If you’re planning to self-publish your book, do remember that you have to allot a portion of your savings, your time, and your Read More »Read More » '
Anyone can write about their travels; however, not everyone who ventures into travel writing becomes successful at it. How can you become a successful travel writer? Great travel writers don’t just showcase the countries they have visited, the sights they have seen, and the food they have tasted. Renowned travel writers are celebrated for the Read More »Read More » '
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.