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"Buckle up, buttercup." Elements of a Fiction Book Proposal: Your Marketing Plan | @MDellertDotCom #askPublisher

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The fourth part of your fiction book proposal is your marketing plan: what concrete steps can you take to market and publicize your own book?

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How Do Notions of Privacy Affect your #Writing and Life ? http://buff.ly/2uQnUpi via @damyantig

Like many others of my time, I spend a fair chunk of my real life online. I've been mulling about Privacy, abut our private and public selves. About who we are, who we project ourselves as, about how…
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The Twist Villain: Thoughts & Problems on a Common Trope http://buff.ly/2uqhD0T via @RamiUngarWriter

Today I wanted to talk about something that is becoming much more common in fiction these days, and that’s the twist villain. If you’re unfamiliar, a twist villain is when one character…
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“It is the writer who might catch the imagination of young people, and plant a seed that will flower and come to fruition.” - Isaac Asim...

When to Quit - Lessons from World-Class Entrepreneurs, Investors, Authors, and More http://buff.ly/2tCbCAO via @tferriss

Tim Ferris asks the question I've been struggling with a lot lately: "Where’s the line between stubbornly pursuing an idea that isn’t working and the patience and persistence needed to actually make it work? In other words — when should you give up and quit and when should you push on?"

“Remember: it’s not a failure until you accept defeat.” -Debbie Millman I’m very excited to share this episode. It’s our first “roundtable” approach to dis…
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