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How do you turn your first draft into a published book? According to Brett Putter, founder of CultureGene and author of "Culture Decks Decoded," the answer may be unsuitable for print.
What is the best way to market a book in the Internet age? Technology may have changed, but the answer hasn't -- for over 2,000 years.
Is ending your story "happily ever after" cliché? Maybe -- but some clichés exist for a reason.
How do you market a book that you can barely even describe? Benjamin Davis, author of a so called magical realism poetic memoir, travelled across the world to find the answer.
Drawing from your influences is one thing, stealing from them is another. How did Marlow York walk the tricky tightrope of writing with tropes?
What comes first, the novel or the genre? A journalist turned novelist, a zeitgeist changing election, and a young adult reading trend might help us to find the answer.
It's one thing to turn a great book into a bestseller. But how do you learn to write a great book in the first place?
When your story isn't a popular one, how do you get people to listen? According to I.L. Cruz, it helps to disguise it as a story everyone knows already.
Move too fast and, instead of working around your obstacles, you might just crash into them – in romance, in writing, and in writing romance.
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