Why Writers Need to Get Involved with Audiobooks

If you think the only way for someone to read your nonfiction book involves them actually reading every word, think again. Audiobooks are hot and Continue Reading

August Nonfiction Writing Challenge: Create a Daily Writing Habit

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Writers write…daily. If you haven’t developed the daily writing habit yet, it’s time to start—especially if you want to succeed as a writer. A perfect time to write will never arise. You can’t wait for inspiration to hit. You have to put fingers on the keyboard and invoke your muse to join you every day. […]

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10 Tactics to Help You Write a Book and Change the World

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Many nonfiction writers want to create change. They want to positively and meaningfully impact the lives of those who read their books. Or they want to inspire others to take up their cause for organizational or world change. But they can’t do it. Why? They don’t write and publish their books. Maybe you can relate. […]

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Income Tax Basics for Writers

Taxes. They’re inevitable, right? But if you find yourself required to pay taxes on your writing and publishing business, that means you are making money…and that’s a good thing. Today, author and attorney Helen Sedwick (@HelenSedwick) offers advice on tax basics for writer. This post is the fifth, and final, in Helen’s series on the […]

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3 Essential Things to Know About Publishing a Book

I believe there is a misconception about writing and publishing a book. Many aspiring authors hear that it’s easy to become an author. Not only that, they’ve been told they can write and publish a book quickly—sometimes in a weekend. For the majority of people, that’s simply not true…not if you want to publish a […]

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Writing the Perfect Introduction for your Nonfiction Book

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Most nonfiction books begin with an introduction. If you’ve ever written one, you know it’s a difficult chapter to write…especially whe you’ve not written the rest of the book. In this guest post, book editor C.K. Bush (@theladyck) explains how to get your book written even when you are struggling with the introduction. Now that […]

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July Nonfiction Writing Challenge: Create a New Helpful Writing Habit

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A lot of aspiring writers say they want to write but don’t. Others write consistently but aren’t productive; they get distracted or procrastinate. Others write inconsistently. No matter what type of writer you are, here’s the truth: You can improve your results by improving your habits. You only an improve your current level of writing […]

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