Designing A Cover For Your Book- A guide for self publishers

by Anthony P. Palmieri In these days of computers, the internet, digital cameras, and on-line publishing companies, individuals can more easily express their creativity through writing and publishing their own written works. Whether it is a novel, a short story, or a how to guide, having a creative cover is important to help capture the … Read moreDesigning A Cover For Your Book- A guide for self publishers

The Lure of a New Project

If you visit a lot of writers’ websites, you’ll soon find a large majority of them openly admit to starting more stories than they finish. There are several reasons for this, but Iā€™m going to talk about only one of those reasons today – the lure of a new project. Yesterday, after a strong fight … Read moreThe Lure of a New Project

Write Nonfiction With Passion: Four Steps To Emotionally Charge Your Article

by Catherine Franz You have completed the draft of an article, but it seems flat and lifeless, even to you. It needs to have the spark that ignites that all important emotional connection to your readers but you are at a loss as to how to spruce it up. Breathing life into a nonfiction article … Read moreWrite Nonfiction With Passion: Four Steps To Emotionally Charge Your Article

Publishing with Lulu

Lulu is a self-publishing company. Anyone can use this service and this is where I have a problem with self-publishing. If anyone can use it, then there are bound to be badly written books out there. Let’s be honest, it’s a fact that there are. But…if a book is badly written, or if there is … Read morePublishing with Lulu