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6 Ways To Make Better Use Of Old Books

6 Ways To Make Better Use Of Old Books

If you’ve got old books lying around that you know you won’t read ever again, there are a few things you can do to make better use of them. Don't just throw them in the bin, for heaven’s sake! Here are 6 things you can do instead of leaving them to gather dust or...

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Bring Your Writing To The Next Level

Bring Your Writing To The Next Level

(Image Link)   As with any skill, most people find that their writing gets better over time, with the more that they write. As you get better at slinging sentences together and piecing your paragraphs up, you will notice a steady increase in your skills. Of course,...

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Hooking The Reader In The First Paragraph

Hooking The Reader In The First Paragraph

Image Credit Writing a book takes such a high level of intelligence and skill. Whether you’re doing it for fun or getting it published and hopefully viewed by people all over the world, you need to know how to capture your audience. Bringing the characters to life and...

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Intro to Blurb

Like many great companies before it, Blurb was actually started by accident. In the early 2000s, Eileen Gittins, Blurbs'...

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8 Essential Books For Fiction Writers

These 8 essential books for fiction writers can assist fiction writers from all experience levels to write compelling dialogue, craft the perfect fight scene, structure a bulletproof plot, and show off a character's unique personality. Check them out! The Emotion...

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Lore Lush Hero – Johanna Penn!

Lore Lush Books recognizes Johanna Penn as a Lore Lush Hero! Johanna is a bestselling non-fiction & fiction author who writes thrillers and supernatural suspense as J.F. Penn. She is also a podcaster and owner of The Creative Penn. She has won various awards for her...

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Lore Lush Hero – Margie Lawson!

Lore Lush Books recognizes Margie Lawson for her extensive work within the writing community. She has held many titles such as college professor and sex therapist and holds advanced degrees in psychology. Margie utilizes these skills to develop her writing programs...

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