What Is literary fiction and why does It matter?

Editing_and_Proofreading Blog_322If you have ever wondered what people mean when they talk about literary fiction, this post will enlighten you.

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Read this before you design your own book cover

Editing_and_Proofreading Blog_378Authors often make terrible book cover designers. Sometimes that is because they are too close to the project, and forget that the cover needs to sell the book to strangers.

If you are thinking of designing your own cover, you might find it helpful to read this author’s experience.

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Comic Sans: What’s all the fuss about?

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Graphic Design Tutorial: Typography and Design

People with no experience of design & typography often pick a font because they like the shape of the letters. Unfortunately, there is a lot more to the design process than that, as this video explains.

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Are you an author looking for PR services?

Editing_and_Proofreading Blog_301Are you thinking you need to hire a PR service to promote your books? According to this post, you would be better off using your money elsewhere.

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Common Latin abbreviatons

Editing_and_Proofreading Blog_321Do you know when to use e.g or i.e? Many people get confused about these two. If you can remember the translation, it helps.

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8 commonly misused words

Editing_and_Proofreading Blog_336Here are some nice little cartoons to help you avoid confusion.

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