Ten Golden Rules Of Successful Writing

Ten Golden Rules Of Successful Writing

The very secret keys to successful writing For those of you who are either contemplating becoming an author, or those writers who want to get to the bestseller status fast, I thought I would share what I believe to be the ten prime factors for success. Some are highly technical while others require hours and hours of practice and perfection, but I am sure you will see the benefits very quickly. Ten Golden Rules For Successful Writing And Getting People To Buy Your Books. 1. Always include blank pages at the back of the book. this makes the book thicker, so looks like better value. 2. Be consistent with spelling

5 Great Reasons To Become A Writer

5 Great Reasons To Become A Writer

I want to be an author I have been asked a number of times recently if being a writer is a rewarding activity. Well, this got me thinking and I’ve decided to do what all good bloggers do. Make a five reason list. So let’s get right on with it. 1. Anonymity. Being a writer gives you the freedom to go anywhere you like without being recognised and swarmed by groupies and autograph hunters. I mean, what do Stephen King and JK Rowlings look like? I bet they don’t get bothered at the grocery store. 2. Poverty. Unless you are fortunate enough to be dead, very few writers actually make

Crazy Man Attacks Poor Innocent Dog

Crazy Man Attacks Poor Innocent Dog

What types of titles catch a reader’s attention? I know it’s an old journalistic saying that when a dog bites a man, it’s not news, but when a man bites a dog it is. It is also a good example of how to attract attention by writing good titles, or in the case of newspapers, headlines. So, if you are reading this now, the chances are that the title caught your attention and prompted you to click and read. So perhaps this is food for thought when writing titles for your blog posts, book titles, chapter titles or even titles of poetry. Will your title grab a reader’s attention and make them want to

Line Editing – Never Rush It

Line Editing – Never Rush It

Line editing makes all the difference. No matter how great your new story may be, are you really sure that you have an error-free manuscript? Hitting the publish button because you are impatient to get your fantastic new book out to readers can be one of the most fatal mistakes a self-publishing author can make if you have not done line editing. New books fail for many reasons; such as a weak plot, shallow characters or simply because it is not in a popular genre. This is a fact of life in publishing fiction. But to have your new book fail because it contains so many errors that it makes it