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Develop Your Memory

Our memory is quite an unreliable storehouse of data, its contents may change and be affected by new information. Some of the events linger in our memory for a long time, others fade very fast. On the other hand, if we have remembered everything, then finally, our brains would fail to discern the primary from the secondary and their activity would be completely paralyzed.

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A Few Dilemmas Of The Writing Journey

Being an unpublished novelist poses all sorts of dilemmas. Writing is entrepreneurial in nature, more than most people realize, and it is fraught with make-or-break decisions. Which side of the political spectrum do you show yourself?

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What Not To Do When Submitting Your Manuscript To A Publisher

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Once your manuscript is complete you are ready to begin your search for the publisher that will best meet your needs. Research your genre to find publishers who accept what you have written. Look at books that they have already published and determine where your story will fit in.

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Should I Self-publish Or Pitch My Book To A Publisher?

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You’ve spent many nights working on your book. You’ve rewritten it, edited it, and you used a professional proofreader to proof it. Your book is done – finally — and you’re ready to send your precious manuscript off to a publisher, thinking that writing it was the hardest part.

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Publishing Options For Freelance Book Authors

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It is difficult to break into the publishing industry as a new author, and even more difficult to get an acceptance letter from an editor at a large publishing house. As an author, you will work hard to finish your book and work even harder to find the right book publisher. The good news is you can tap into several types of publishers to publish your book. Here is a look at some common types of book publishing.

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Publish Your Book With An Independent Publisher

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There are basically three options for getting your book published. You can try to get your book proposal accepted by one of the industry giants like Penguin or Random House but that’s a tough road. Those companies only work with proven authors or those who already have huge platforms and salivating audiences. Having said that, if you manage to get accepted, you’ll end up with a huge implied endorsement and a ton of indisputable credibility.

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Eleven Steps To Print Publication

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Creating a printed book is a bit more complicated than creating a PDF eBook. More steps are involved, just by right of producing a tangible finished product that needs to be handled in the physical world (versus an electronic document that can be distributed by e-mail or online).

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Publishing Options For New Authors

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Most of us have dreams of writing a book one day but the statistics verify that the vast majority never complete the task. There are lots of reasons for this failure but one of the most important is that would-be authors have heard that publishers accept only a tiny percentage of the book proposals they receive. People have heard how difficult it can be and they give up on the task as a result.

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What Does It Mean To Publish?

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To publish means to make information and literature available for the public to view. Publishing involves the process of producing and distributing literature so that the public can have access to it. Sometimes, certain authors publish their own work and in that case, they become their own publishers.