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Building a PTP Book Division Brand

Brand building: The PTP Book Division of the Path to Publication Group, Inc. is rolling out its offerings: a) Adult fiction suitable for New Adult and adult family reading, b) Nonfiction for adults in the behavioral, aquatic and terrestrial sciences, … Continue reading

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Promoting Your Book on Twitter: 10 Tips for Shy Writers

From the author of Twitter For Authors: Social Media Book Marketing Strategies for Shy Writers come 10 tips to help you get on the Twitter train. I know Twitter can be a confusing medium for many authors – what can … Continue reading

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Five Tips for Brainstorming the Perfect Title

Research titles in your genre. Zoom by Amazon and take a look at your genre’s bestseller list. What do the top twenty titles have in common? Write down the ones that particularly pop out at you and note the elements … Continue reading

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Add Emotions to Your Story

Add emotions to your story. There has to be an emotional pull to get your reader to stay for the whole book. The reader has to relate to the characters in your story. If the reader doesn’t feel a reason … Continue reading

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Five Tips to Polish Your Fiction

Half the difference between what works and what doesn’t  in fiction has to do with how the words are phrased. If you want to be a polished writer, remember these rules for smoother and more powerful writing. Use appropriate and … Continue reading

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Writing Science for the Public

1-It is about the people. Let’s say that your topic is Chlamydia. I know and you know that you can write something perfectly interesting about Chlamydia without mentioning people, but the truth is the article will be more interesting if … Continue reading

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Five Tips for Brainstorming the Perfect Title

In K.M. Welland’s blog, she writes: Research titles in your genre. Zoom by Amazon and take a look at your genre’s bestseller list. What do the top twenty titles have in common? Write down the ones that particularly pop out … Continue reading

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