Monthly Archives: September

How To Market a Book: 10 First Steps

Have you ever wondered how to market a book? You spend months, maybe even years writing, editing, then rewriting your book until it’s a masterpiece (or at least finished). Now what? How do you turn all that hard work into sales and, if it’s not too much to ask, money? There are hundreds of things to

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The Crucial Setup Scene in Your Novel

Way too often writers start their novels in the wrong place. With a scene that does the premise a disservice. The setup is tricky but essential to nail. You have to be concise, succinct, and deliberate regarding what you show and tell about your character. Because . . . you don’t want to take a

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How to Use ProWritingAid’s Chapter Bar

Are you working on a long text, like a full-length novel? If so, you’ve probably run into the “large piece of text” message before: Previously, it would take a long time to run one of ProWritingAid’s 20 different reports on large texts. Not any more! We’re excited to introduce our new chapter bar! Now, if

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