Farther and Further—Which to Use?

Farther and Further—Which to Use?

You found a way to fit writing into your day. Every day, you’ve been pumping out word after word. Now, in the heat of a writing session, you get a brain freeze. Your character is being chased and needs to keep traveling, but you’re unsure whether she...
What’s Your Point of View?

What’s Your Point of View?

From the great American novel to the billboard by the grocery store, every piece of writing has a point of view. If you’re writing, you can’t write without one. So what is point of view? It’s who’s telling the story—whose eyes the readers use...
Get Your Book in Stores

Get Your Book in Stores

Modern technology makes it easier to publish a book and sell it online. But some people still like buying their books inside brick-and-mortar buildings. To reach them, you’ll need to get your book in stores. How can you make this happen? You don’t have to...
What If My Book Launch Flops?

What If My Book Launch Flops?

After putting countless hours into your book, you run out of steam. Or life is simply too busy. Whatever the cause, you don’t put much time into promoting your book in the early days of its release. So, your book launch flops. Disappointed as you are,...
How to Write a Book

How to Write a Book

A blog about how to write a book seems an odd find on a book publisher’s website. After all, publishers specialize in publishing books, not helping people write them. And to be honest, this article kind of is strange. Especially considering how short it is. But...
When to Capitalize Mom and Dad

When to Capitalize Mom and Dad

You know them well and talk to them regularly. They raised you and made you breakfast, lunch, and dinner. But now you’re writing about them, and you’re not quite sure whether to capitalize mom and dad in your story or leave their names lowercased. Well,...