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Why You Need to Use Stories in Your Nonfiction Book by @JaneTabachnick

by Jane Tabachnick | Featured Contributor  Our brains are wired for stories. They can create an emotional connection and are easier to remember than text or facts. Your nonfiction book will be much richer if you include stories in it. You may have a compelling methodology, philosophy or message; the reader will benefit more and […]

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Why You Should Write A Shorter Book by @JaneTabachnick

by Jane Tabachnick | Featured Contributor  Shakespeare said, “Brevity is the soul of wit”, and when it comes to writing your book, shorter may just be better. You can now sigh a sigh of relief. The thought of writing a book can be overwhelming especially when you think it should be a long tome. The […]

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Don’t Keep Your Book to Yourself by @JaneTabachnick

by Jane Tabachnick | Featured Contributor  You’ve written your book and you want to profit from it as much as possible. I get it. You worked hard and you deserve to profit, but don’t go after short term gain when you can hook bigger fish. I speak to aspiring authors who are focused on the […]

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How to Boost Your Business with Good (and Bad!) Online Reviews by @BBorowicz

With the influx of information available on the internet, businesses and consumers are spending more time researching the products and services of different companies before they buy. The buyer wants to know they are getting the best prices, the best products and the best services they can and with the internet, they have a choice […]

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Biz to Book Part 1: Why Turn Your Business Idea into a Book by @DIYMFA

by Gabriela Pereira | Featured Contributor When I first started my business, I didn’t know it was actually a business. I thought I was writing a book. I went to a mentor and asked what he thought of my book idea. He replied: “Sorry to say this, Gabriela, but I don’t think you have a […]

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10 Lessons CEO @iBlogMag Matt Cherry Taught Me by @ClinkAndChat

by Mella Noir | Featured Contributor Ever met a man who for a living is surrounded by, speaking to and with, connecting, writing for and about, interviewing, conferencing, skyping, and creating content driven by women all day, every day? One who travels and attends woman-centered blog and social media conferences across the United States , and has a […]

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Agents are like a good bra: Find the right fit! by @SallyEkus

by Sally Ekus | Featured Contributor Comfortable Always there for you Supportive when you get down Always making you look good… Sure I may have just described your favorite bustier, but I also just described the qualities of a great author/agent relationship! We have all been there. You know, presenting in a meeting or standing […]

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