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How To Write An Acknowledgment Your Readers Will Love - A reader opens a book and hearts spill out.
Writing
Paige Duke

How To Write An Acknowledgment Your Readers Will Love

I really mostly just want to thank my wife… she was the one who had to put up with me. That she did so with love and patience and encouragement instead of strangling me, throwing my remains into a wood chipper, and then pretending she had never been married to me at all is a

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5 Things Jennifer Egan Can Teach You About Writing - Jennifer Egan stands and ponders a scene from her own work.
Writing
Fred Johnson

5 Things Jennifer Egan Can Teach You About Writing

When Jennifer Egan won the Pulitzer Prize for A Visit from the Goon Squad in 2011, it was many readers’ first time hearing her name. Known previously for her 2006 novel The Keep and her earlier, less well-known works Emerald City, The Invisible Circus, and Look at Me, Egan was propelled into well-earned literary stardom

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Everything You Need To Know About Working With A Writing Partner - An author speaks to a dummy they've created.
Writing
Robert Wood

Everything You Need To Know About Working With A Writing Partner

Though writing is often thought of as a solitary pursuit, some notable authors have seen success by working with a writing partner, and doing so is a valuable experience that many writers experiment with at some point in their career. Despite that, twice the authors can often mean twice the problems, and if you’re entering

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How To Save Your Story From The Sunk Cost Fallacy - Jostled by his ship sinking, an author drops a bag of money overboard.
Publishing
Robert Wood

How To Save Your Story From The Sunk Cost Fallacy

If there’s one vital thing to understand about becoming an author, it’s this – it won’t happen on its own. Getting a book published, finding readers, and winning accolades all result from concerted, informed, sustained effort. Because of this, one of the deadliest things for authors is when something comes along that feeds on this

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