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Practice Specific Skills to Become a Better Writer

Published: July 28, 2016

If you’ve been told that the only way to improve your writing skills is to keep writing, you’re only hearing part of the truth. If all you’re doing is continuing to write, there’s a good chance that you’re also continuing to make the same writing mistakes over and over. To improve your writing skills, it’s necessary to take a more purposeful approach to your writing and home in on the areas that need improvement.

Write What You Love Instead of What’s Popular

Published: July 21, 2016

One of our favorite pieces of advice to new book authors is to write what you love. There’s always going to be that temptation to write a book that fits into a “hot” genre, but if you’re writing the book to impress others or to sell a lot of copies, it’s going to backfire because your heart probably isn’t in it. Besides, what’s popular is always shifting. If you start to write a novel that fits into a popular genre today, it’s possible that genre will have lost its luster by the time you finish the writing, editing, and publishing process. Instead, write what you love. Here’s why:

July New Releases from Bookmasters’ Publishers!

Published: July 13, 2016

Check out some of Bookmasters’ publishers’ newest releases for July 2016:

Don’t Let These Things Slow Your Writing Process

Published: July 08, 2016

Writing a book is no easy task. There’s so much to think about when you first start writing. At times, it can feel overwhelming, which is why our advice is to start with a free write and get as many thoughts down as possible in the early stages. Spending time worrying about the “little stuff” is only going to slow down the process. Here are 4 examples of things that don’t need attention right away:

Interesting Approaches to the Character Building Process

Published: June 30, 2016

Character building, or character development, is an important component of any story. However, for an author to create well-developed characters, they must first get to know their characters outside of the story. In some cases, character development can drive the story if the author really isn’t sure what the story is. If the characters are created first and the author really gets to know who they are, the story may come to fruition after that.

5 Famous Authors Who Had to Crawl Before They Could Fly

Published: June 22, 2016

While there are few “overnight success” stories in book publishing, many of today’s famous authors fought long and hard to get to where they are. They faced rejection and other hardships on their journey. If you’re currently struggling through your writing project or feeling frustrated by the process, read on for these 5 famous authors’ inspirational stories:

June New Releases from Bookmasters’ Publishers!

Published: June 16, 2016

Check out some of Bookmasters’ publishers’ newest releases for June 2016:

Must-Reads for this Election Season

Published: June 02, 2016

As the 2016 election season continues to heat up, we’ve compiled a few politically-minded books that you might enjoy:

Ways to Mentor Young (or New) Writers

Published: May 25, 2016

As a seasoned professional, you understand that writing can be rewarding. However, it can also be challenging, so it’s nice to have a support system. When you first got your start, did you have a writing mentor? Have you ever considered becoming one yourself? Being a mentor to a less experienced writer is a great way to “pay it forward” and give them the confidence boost and encouragement they need to keep going.