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    Do Your Business Writing Skills Need Improvement?

    There is value in writing well. Even if you are a multi-tasking, frequently-under-stress executive, making time for better business writing is worth it. It is not frivolous or tiresome; indeed, communicating effectively will benefit your career. See below for some tips to get you started. Think First and Write Afterwards Your communications need to...
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    7 Common Mistakes Made by Novice Novelists

    Professional writers of all stripes will agree that writing is both easy and hard. For novelists, the challenge exceeds composing well-written content. Agents reject flawed work. It is better to create a less mistake-riddled work given the high rate of rejection by agents. Novice novelists make a number of common mistakes. Weed out these weaknesses...
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    Book Writing Software and Publication Issues

    Are you ready to write a book? Do you think getting your book published will be the most difficult challenge? Actually, the hardest part is writing a book, as there are more opportunities than ever before to publish a book. There are also more tools available to make the writing task easier. Before you begin...
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    Establishing a Routine for Productive Writing

    Establishing a routine is an essential tool for most writers. Routines are invaluable for writers because they provide structure and allow them to focus on writing. The difference between unrealized potential and being a published author is the commitment to make it happen. Establishing a daily routine is a part of the process. Learning how...
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    Writing a Captivating Query Letter

    A query letter is a one-page document sent by a writer to his or her literary agent. Its primary purpose is to lure the agent’s interest in the manuscript. Since many writers are engaged in the same goal, a successful query letter makes for an outstanding pitch. Each query does not have much time, or...


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