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Lay and Lie: How to Use Them Correctly
Lay and lie are often confused, but they do have different meanings and uses. Lay means to put or set something down, while lie means to assume rest in a horizontal position. Writers, even experienced ones, commonly conflate these two verbs. This post will help you make sure you don’t make this mistake. Lay and […]

6 Great Ebook Readers (Updated for 2019)
If you’re a bookworm, you know how it feels to always want to have a book (or four) at arm’s reach, whether you’re reading in bed or on the go. E-readers allow you to do just that. But with the number of e-readers now available, choosing one can be daunting. What are the differences? Which […]

51 Running Shoes for Men: Find the Best Running Shoes for You!
Running and writing are more linked than you might think: Like writing, running relies on a never-ending process of improvement. The only way to be truly great is to continually practice. But while the writer’s tool is a computer or a pen, the runner’s greatest tool is his shoes. “Want a strong, solid relationship that […]

New Sword & Sorcery Fantasy Adventure Novel
It was supposed to be a simple adventure: Rescue the princess. Slay her captors. Grab the loot. THE END. She was never supposed to start a war. And he was never supposed to fall in love. Keith Hendricks’s new sword and sorcery fantasy novel A Spell Takes Root is a tantalizing cocktail of epic fantasy, […]

15 Literary Fiction Agents Now Accepting Submissions
Literary fiction is a term used to describe books with “literary merit” that are not categorized as genre fiction (such as thriller, romance, fantasy, etc.). Most of the prestigious awards given for fiction every year go to literary fiction books. Literary novels usually sell in smaller quantities than genre or popular novels, so having a […]

How to Write an Appendix
An appendix is a section in the back of a nonfiction book where you can give supplementary or additional information not provided in the main text. The information in an appendix is not essential to understanding the rest of the book, but rather gives interested readers a more in-depth look at a particular topic. Does […]

Who or Whom? Know the Difference
Who or whom? These pesky pronouns have bedeviled writers for centuries. How do you know which one to use? Luckily, there are a few simple rules (and a nifty trick) that make it easier to figure out. Who is a Subject, Whom is an Object Since who and whom are pronouns, they take the place […]

How to Effectively Use Social Proof in Marketing
Question: What do Rotten Tomatoes, Facebook, and The Big Bang Theory all have in common? Answer: They each demonstrate social proof in a unique fashion. I’ll elaborate. Rotten Tomatoes doesn’t write its own reviews for media like film and television; instead, it hosts thousands of other reviewers’ content, creating a broad picture of public opinion […]

10 Great TED Talks for Writers
Looking for writing inspiration? As a wise man once said, “I saw a TED Talk on that once.” Since 1990, the media organization known simply as TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) has hosted an annual conference with presentations devoted to “Ideas worth spreading.” These “TED Talks,” as they came to be known, originally emphasized technology and […]

How to Make a (Really Good) Book Index in Word
If you’re writing a book and need to create an index, this article will tell you everything you need to know—from tips and tricks for identifying the best terms to include, to step-by-step instructions for using Microsoft Word’s indexing feature. An index is a critical, yet often undervalued, piece of many nonfiction books, especially information-dense […]
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