Wow this is my 40th post in this series – time goes so quickly. That means as of today I’ve shared 800 articles on writing, self-publishing and marketing of books and novels. I’ve learnt so much from the kindness of the authors sharing their experiences and knowledge with us and hope you’ve expanded your writing horizons as well.
Improve your writing horizons with this week’s articles
This week’s selection of articles will open your eyes to so many elements of the writing business – from tips to improve your prose to how to improve your marketing – so check out the favourite articles of the week as chosen by more than 8,000 of your writing peers.
20 Most Popular Writing, Self Publishing And Marketing Articles – Week 40
1. 9 Practical Tricks for Writing Your First Novel – http://bit.ly/1eQaRaZ
2. Check out these 20 powerful articles to help improve your writing – http://bit.ly/1IHxlXF
3. The Lure of Romance Writing (and Earnings) for the Literary Set | Jane Friedman – http://bit.ly/1Ihhi1h
5. 5 Steps to Outline a Novel – http://bit.ly/1eQDVis
6. Worldbuilding in Star Wars – Author J.S. Morin – http://bit.ly/1hhuTwV
7. Sell More Books on Amazon! Power Up the Keywords for Your Book – Author Mkting Experts – http://bit.ly/1eQaiOm
8. Author, Jody Hedlund: 4 Steps for Organizing Plot Ideas Into a Novel – http://bit.ly/1JK0jam
9. The Myth of The Lazy Writer – http://bit.ly/1Dq6dfq
10. Writer’s Toolkit: PodCasts for Writers – http://bit.ly/1MCseea
11. Can Technology Replicate Word-of-Mouth Book Marketing? – Publishing Perspectives – http://bit.ly/1Dn8HLQ
12. From the Archives: “4 Myths About Self-Publishing Today” – http://bit.ly/1eQ8uVG
15. The Secret Dreamworld of an Aspiring Author – The Evolution of a Novel Idea – http://bit.ly/1P3Av96
16. 7 reasons why you should stop worrying about your niche selection – http://bit.ly/1SHVJPq
17. Balancing Dialogue and Description in Your Story | Jane Friedman – http://bit.ly/1DnQ6iS
19. Ten Things “Lord of the Rings” Teaches About Writing (Part 2) – http://bit.ly/1IDQbKR
20. The Lure of the New Manuscript: Overcoming Shiny New Idea Syndrome Plus a Giveaway – http://bit.ly/1SHO3g5
Well that’s this week’s writing advice on the world of writing – if you enjoyed this compilation, collated by Novel Experience, you’ll enjoy last week’s too – check it out here or check out the whole back catalogue here.
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Bye for now…