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The Honesty of Memories
Books and Writing / Writing

The Honesty of Memories

Writing “to the bones” (Natalie Goldberg), opening up the hurts, fears, vulnerabilities and disappointments that we all stuff inside of us.  The bravery required of a memoirist is immense.  But with memoir writing, a memoirist strives to find those hidden hurts, raise them from their graves and use them as […]

Why I Love Book Bloggers
Writing

Why I Love Book Bloggers

By Lisa April Smith If the term “book blogger” (BB) is new to you, or if you’re simply curious about this relatively recent internet phenomenon, this article is for you. Who are the BBs? Why do they do it? How many followers do they have? Do they accept advertising, and […]

In Book Publishing, Less Is The New More
Books and Writing

In Book Publishing, Less Is The New More

The hottest book publishing trend today: less is the new more. “The first time I saw a 73-page ‘book’ offered on Amazon, I was outraged,” says New York Times best selling author Michael Levin. “But I thought about how shredded the American attention span is. And I felt like Cortez […]

Considering Self-Publishing Your Book?
Books and Writing

Considering Self-Publishing Your Book?

Longtime Publisher Offers Tips for Making Choices Self-published books have transformed both the reading and writing landscape, with hundreds of thousands of authors now eschewing traditional publishing routes. Once reserved for distribution to a writer’s close family and friends, these books are now respected as an affordable option with every […]

5 Reasons Why You Benefit by Writing Poetry!
Creativity / Writing

5 Reasons Why You Benefit by Writing Poetry!

In Celebration of Nat’l Poetry Month, NBA Co-Owner Counts the Ways It Fuels Success April is National Poetry Month, inaugurated by the Academy of American Poets to celebrate poetry and its vital role in American culture. The academy sponsors events such as the star-studded Poetry & the Creative Mind gala (April […]

Writing a New Book? Here Are the Tools
Books and Writing

Writing a New Book? Here Are the Tools

By: Michael Levin, eight time best selling author Success leaves clues. If you seek the tools for writing a New York Times self-help best seller, look no further than a new NYT best seller, called, appropriately enough, The Tools. Phil Stutz and Barry Michels are Los Angeles therapists who have […]

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