The Exclamation Point – How To Use It Effectively

Most people will recognize the exclamation point (!)—it’s one of the most widely used punctuation marks in the English language. But what does it actually signify? Merriam-Webster’s dictionary defines an exclamation mark as  “A sudden cry or remark…

Writing Your Book Back Cover

Your book’s back cover can give readers a sneak peek into the book’s content, author bio, and at times, endorsements by some well-known personalities or words of appreciation from other authors. These are some considerations that can guide…

Top Ebook Aggregators

If you want your ebook to be available on online ebook stores. In that case, one option is to visit each ebook store, create an account with them, and upload your files, which can be time-consuming and not…

How To Plan and Write Novels Using the Snowflake Method

The snowflake method by Randy Ingermanson is one of the best methods of planning and writing a novel. In this article, we will explore each step of the snowflake method and how to implement it in your novel…

Memoir vs. Autobiography: What’s the Difference?

A couple of weeks ago, someone asked me to share my thoughts on memoirs. While working my way through the details of a memoir, a question popped in my head: What is an autobiography? I vaguely remembered my…

What Is an Oxymoron?

Now that were alone together, let’s talk about oxymorons. That first sentence starts with an oxymoron—one of the most commonly used figures of speech in the English language. But what makes it an oxymoron? What is an oxymoron?…

Best Email Marketing Software for Authors

A good email marketing software helps you collect subscriber information from your website or landing page, sends them autoresponders, and has a good delivery rate. This article will compare some of the top email marketing software suitable for…

13 Book Promotion Ideas To Help Authors Increase Sales

If you’ve written and published a book, your job is only a little less than half done—even less if you’re self-publishing. This means you need to learn an additional skill—marketing. Marketing your book will increase its visibility, increase…

Booktubers To Follow This Year

YouTube launched in 2005, and booktubers came around 2010. Traditionally, readers read book reviews on review blogs or book review sites. Interestingly, booktubers also analyze advanced reader copies (ARCs) provided by book publishers and create videos about these…

Book Royalties for Authors: How Do They Work

You’ve probably come across the term royalties if you’re a reader or considering becoming an author. In the simplest terms, a royalty is what publishers pay an author for the rights to publish his or her book. But…

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