Reader-Centered Writing: Inferences About One’s Audience Through Theory of Mind

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The concept of being aware of another person’s thoughts and knowledge is often taken for granted; yet, without this concept society likely would not function. Theory of Mind (ToM) is the term used in psychology to mean taking…

How To Write a Biography

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Writing biographies is a passion shared by some incredible writers. If you have decided that your next book will be a biography, you’re in good company. Some of the most famous biographers are Plutarch, Elizabeth Gaskell, and Thomas…

Introduction to the Chicago Manual of Style

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The biggest challenge for first-time authors is citing sources. Sometimes, it seems as though compiling sources and citing them took longer than the writing. The main source of style guidance when citing sources is the Chicago Manual of…

What is a Foreword and How to Write One?

People tend to write something when they are inspired to do so. It is not only the inspiration of one’s ideas but also the desire to share these ideas with the world, be it fiction or non-fiction. Hardly…