Books And Creative Writing

  • Authors: Build Your List with Facebook Lead Gen Ads

    …Today, we have a guest post from Anne Felicitas, Editor at AdvertiseMint, a Facebook advertising agency. My first instinct after finishing a piece, whether that’s a poem, an article, or a blog post, is to share it. After all, what’s the point of toiling for a work of art that no one else can see, […]…

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  • How to Write a Novel in Just One Year

    …February can be a disheartening time for writers. The zeal brought on by ambitious resolutions has worn off, and, with each passing day that you don’t write, the sting of failure grows less acute as you sink back into your regular, creativity-free routine. You don’t have to settle for failure. If you didn’t follow through…

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  • The Comic Touch: How to Be Funny in Your Writing

    …Airplanes. Ben Affleck making a comeback after Gigli. Space travel. Women not just wearing—but totally rocking—pants on a regular basis. Justin Timberlake being taken seriously as an actor. These are all things that people once thought highly unlikely, and maybe even impossible, yet they’re all totally accepted facts today. The lesson here? There’s…

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  • The 8 Scariest Monsters in Literature

    …Introduction The thin layer of frost, brisk air, and falling leaves all signify one thing: it is finally that time of year when it is socially acceptable to eat hundreds of tiny chocolate bars in one sitting. October is hands down the best month of the year. By day, you can enjoy the beautiful fall…

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  • Why Libraries Will Never Go the Way of Blockbuster

    …A few quick questions before we start: Do you read the newspaper in print or online? Do you watch reruns of your favorite movies and shows on DVD, or do you opt for Netflix instead? Do you refuse to abandon print books, or do you adore the convenience of your e-reader? As a consumer…

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