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Is What You Have to Say What People Want to Hear? Find Your Target Readers

By BookBaby author Brian Jud If you think your book doesn’t have competition, reevaluate the potential size of your market opportunity. But more than that, make sure your book offers value from the...

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Advice For Writers: Embracing The Cycles Of Creativity

By BookBaby author Lee Purcell Must writers be self-destructive and unhinged to be masters of the craft? Creativity is an elusive animal, and there is no magic formula to harness it. Writing something...

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Find The Little Stories In Your Complex Topic

By BookBaby author Michael Gallant You can tackle broad and complex topics by focusing on the little stories within, finding the right entry point, and writing outward from there. Recently, I was...

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Let Your Book’s Characters Lead The Way

By BookBaby author Andre Calilhanna Much of the joy and discovery of creative writing comes from the process itself. I found inspiration and motivation from the very characters I created. When I first...

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Avoiding Writer Burnout: Tips For Bedeviled Authors

By BookBaby author Lee Purcell Is there something noble — or inevitable — in suffering for art? Or can you relax, practice mindfulness, and do your best writing? The notion that creating real art...

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Write Like You’re Someone — Or Something — Else

By BookBaby author Michael Gallant Approaching your craft from a different artistic perspective can unlock new ideas and expand your creative toolkit. In addition to my work as a writer, I’m an active...

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Walking Is The Best Writing Exercise

By BookBaby author Scott McCormick Writing is not the best occupation for your physical health. For most of us, writing involves a lot of sitting, which is why a good walk may be the best writing...

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