How to print dyslexia friendly books – and why you should do it

This is an important subject that is easily overlooked. How to print dyslexia friendly books – and why you should do it.

It is all too easy to get carried away with how your book looks and forget about the fundamentals of making it easy to read. Many of the things that make life easy for people with dyslexia make it easier for everyone else as well.

And the easier it is to read your books, the more people will stick with them and recommend them.

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How to write a blurb for a self-published book

Here is a post about something a lot of people hate: writing a blurb for their book.

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The Big Apple

editing_and_proofreading_blog_1023Ever wondered where that phrase comes from?

Find out here.

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Is blogging is a good use of your time?

editing_and_proofreading_blog_944Today we have a discussion about whether blogging is a good use of your time.

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Opportunities for writers in March and April 2017

editing_and_proofreading_blog_934It is that time of the month again. As well as a list of opportunities for writers in the next two months, here are details of a Fellowship in Screenwriting.

Good luck folks!

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Why now is the best time in history to be a writer

editing_and_proofreading_blog_941Here is a post about why you should be taking advantage of the best time to be a writer.

NOW!

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Pacing your story

editing_and_proofreading_blog_937This posts claims you can learn how to pace your story (and mind-control your readers) in just 8 steps.

Which is a bit over ambitious, really. However, there are some useful reminders in there.

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