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    How to write a great book series?

    How to write a great book series? 2

    Writing a novel by itself can be a formidable task. From an extensive research to characterization, it is a long process requiring immense planning and thinking. So if you are planning to write a book series, as you can imagine, it is going to take more planning and thinking than ever.  It is said that ...

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    Evolution Of Writing Tools

    Evolution Of Writing Tools

    We spend a good deal of time procrastinating by deliberating over whether to use a felt-tip pen to take down notes, or our ipad. These modern-day writing facilities make it hard for us to even imagine what it would have been like to write on the cave walls or rocks like humans did centuries ago. ...
    9 Iconic Book Covers That Inspired A Generation

    9 Iconic Book Covers That Inspired A Generation 3

    “Never judge a book by its cover.” This is a well known and often preached about proverb. While we may or may not follow this for deeper aspects, most of us are guilty of judging a book by its cover when we see it for the first time.When at a bookstore, most of us consciously ...

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    How to Write Scintillating Dialogues

    How to Write Scintillating Dialogues

    “And what is the use of a book,” thought Alice, “without pictures or conversation?” –Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland When browsing through books, readers often try to see how much dialogue is present in it. If there is not much to the eye, they put down the book and move to the next. As an ...

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    How to Balance Writing with your Day Job

    How to Balance Writing with your Day Job 2

    One of the crucial things that writers require and lack is time. With an incomplete novel idling at the desk, writers go through a tremendous pressure of completing it on time and getting it published as well. Now, most first-time authors are not celebrities; they are aspirants who have a powerful story in hand and ...

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    How to write when you don’t Feel Like Writing

    How to write when you don’t Feel Like Writing

    “Just ten more minutes and I’ll definitely start writing, I swear!” said my writer-friend when I pushed him to complete his sixth chapter. I texted him thirty minutes later and he replied stating that his friends got him a ticket for a movie and that he was on the way. I wasn’t surprised as I’ve ...

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    The Guide to understanding and avoiding Plagiarism

    The Guide to understanding and avoiding Plagiarism 1

    Although this term was invented and used since the roman era, plagiarism seems to be a buzzword these days. From authors to artists, we see a lot of people tweeting and re-tweeting about plagiarism. One of the most recent plagiarism outrages was when the veteran reporter of The Washington Post, Lisa Rein, was accused and ...

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    9 Websites every writer should know about

    9 Websites every writer should know about

    A writer must always be open to learning new things, be informed about the latest in the industry and improving his or her skill set with respect to the art of writing. In the past, they had to rely on books and other mediums to do that. But the Internet, the savior of all, has ...
    How to Self Publish a Book in India

    How to Self Publish a Book in India 10

    Writing a book is not an easy task. It involves one thing: Work. A lot of work goes behind writing a book, but that is just writing. Publishing & Distributing the book that you wrote is even harder. Finding a publisher, convincing them to publish your book, and if you are lucky your book gets ...

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    How to Avoid Short Dialogues in Fiction

    Writing dialogues is the second most difficult part of writing novel, the first one being avoiding them. There is no single rule as to how to write dialogues. However, it’s always a good practice to avoid short dialogues. Oftentimes short dialogues annoy the readers especially when they are excited to continue with the story. Here ...