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WHAT'S INVOLVED IN SECOND EDITION PRINT RUNS

Self-Publishing: What’s Involved in Second Edition Print Runs?

It’s nearing the time to update your book. Why would you have another edition instead of a reprint? That’s when you have information in your book that might be out of date. Or information that is no longer accurate as the last edition. Also you, in essence, still have a few copies of your last edition available and still selling, so your next edition would in essence be “competing” with the last edition until it’s sold out.READ MORE

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Writing A Basic Book Outline

Outlining your book is an integral part of successfully understanding the pieces that you want to create and how they’re all going to fit together. If you’ve never written a book before, or if you’re looking to make your next writing endeavor smoother than the last, understanding a basic book outline is a great place to start.

Understand Your Topic

Before you go any further, you need to understand your topic. First of all, how detailed are you planning to be? If you’re writing a book that is going to require 200,000 words to get your point across, you may want to consider breaking it down or simplifying your message. Get a basic idea of what you want to share, express or say before you really begin your outline.

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How To Choose The Right Book Title

Choosing a book title is never easy, but even less so in the age of keywords and SEO. In the electronic age, finding a title that really grabs the attention of your desired audience is challenging. In many cases, the title is an afterthought; considered less important than the content, and in some ways that’s accurate, but without a catchy title to get your point across you may never hook readers into the content at all.

A poorly chosen title can leave your book dead in the water before it ever has a chance.

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The New Writing Tool: Scrivener

As a writer, you may have realized at some point that your writing software is not cutting it. It might have limited functions or maybe you’re not a fan of the user interface. Whatever the reason that’s stopping you from fully loving your current software, Scrivener might just be the software to solve all your problems.  Developed by Literature and Latte, Scrivener is a word-processing program that was created specifically for aspiring writers. With a long list of functions for writers to organize their thoughts and at a price of $57 CAD, Scrivener might be the future for writing software.

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