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A Better Business: New Society Publishers

A Better Business: New Society Publishers

Though we live in the age of information, where can you go to find voices your trust? information of integrity and inspiration can get lost in the noise of advertising fake news and pop science. Where can you go to find the knowledge that could change your life and empower you to live your highest potential? New Society Publishers was originally founded in Philadelphia as a non-profit. Kip and Judith… Read Article →

Writing & Publishing Tips : How to Copyright a Poem

Writing & Publishing Tips : How to Copyright a Poem

Copyright a poem by printing out the poem, putting it an envelop with the date on it and mailing it back to yourself. Do not open the envelop unless there is a dispute about the writer. Consider putting a copyright symbol after a poem to try and deter other people from stealing poetry with tips from a writer and instructor in this free video on copyrights. Expert: Laura Turner Bio:… Read Article →

An Interview with Farley Mowat

An Interview with Farley Mowat

Watch as master raconteur and national treasure, Farley Mowat, delights with tales of seafaring life in Eastern Canada. This interview about his memoir, The Bay of Spirits, should not be missed! I went to Newfoundland originally without any clear idea where I was going or what I was gonna do when I got there that's normal for me but it was back in 1953 and I was saving it on… Read Article →

Interview: Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos

Interview: Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos

Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos, sat down with Henry Blodget at Business Insider’s Ignition 2014 for an in-depth interview on a variety of topics. ————————————————– Follow BI Video on Twitter: Follow BI Video On Facebook: Read more: ————————————————– Business Insider is the fastest growing business news site in the US. Our mission: to tell you all you need to know about the big world around you. The BI Video team focuses… Read Article →

Q&A with Professional Novel Editor | "How do character arcs work with multiple perspectives?"

Q&A with Professional Novel Editor | "How do character arcs work with multiple perspectives?"

This is the second part of my Q&A video where I answer your novel writing questions. Part one is available here: A complete list of all questions answered with time stamps: 00:22 Is it okay to write middle grade in third person? 01:32 How can you convey emotions without telling? 03:09 How do you handle a character arc in a novel with multiple perspectives? 05:53 How do you handle introducing… Read Article →

Writing & Publishing Tips : How to Write a Telemarketing Script

Writing & Publishing Tips : How to Write a Telemarketing Script

To write a telemarketing script, introduce yourself first, ask for the correct person, relate the product being sold to the person’s life, maintain a level of optimism, and be sure to have a backup offer. Try to offer the customer a prize or reward that they cannot refuse with advice from a writer and instructor in this free video on writing. Expert: Laura Turner Bio: Laura Turner received her B.A…. Read Article →

Writing & Publishing Tips : How to Write a Broadway Script

Writing & Publishing Tips : How to Write a Broadway Script

To write a Broadway script, get together with a composer, think of an idea that appeals to a large audience, and make sure the script is marketable for Broadway theaters, producers and actors. Include glitz, glam and comedy in a Broadway play with advice from a writer and instructor in this free video on writing scripts. Expert: Laura Turner Bio: Laura Turner received her B.A. in English from the University… Read Article →

Writing & Publishing Tips : How to Write a Manga Script

Writing & Publishing Tips : How to Write a Manga Script

Write a manga script by paying attention to the way the language sounds, exploring the characters within the dialogue and making the words come alive in conjunction with the pictures of the comic. Avoid writing too much dialogue for a manga or anime script with tips from a writer and instructor in this free video on writing manga. Expert: Laura Turner Bio: Laura Turner received her B.A. in English from… Read Article →

Writing & Publishing Tips : Children's Creative Writing Contests

Writing & Publishing Tips : Children's Creative Writing Contests

To enter a child’s writing in a creative writing contest, encourage the child as much as possible, make sure the writing has been revised and edited, and meet all the deadlines for the contest. Complete the registration and submission requirements for a children’s creative writing contest with information from a writer and instructor in this free video on writing contests. Expert: Laura Turner Bio: Laura Turner received her B.A. in… Read Article →

Short Story Submissions: Kim Venkataraman Talks About Short Story Submissions For Publication

Short Story Submissions: Kim Venkataraman Talks About Short Story Submissions For Publication

Sending short story submissions to reputable literary journals is the best way to get your short stories published–as short fiction authors like Kim Venkataraman know. But how should you make should story submissions? To whom should you submit your stories? What is the best way to get short stories published? If you’re writing stories or other short fictional prose and you want to learn more about how/where to submit work… Read Article →

Short Story Magazine Publishers: Writer's Relief Researches Short Story Magazine Publishers

Short Story Magazine Publishers: Writer's Relief Researches Short Story Magazine Publishers

Short story magazine publishers can be hard to find. To target literary journals that publish short stories, some writers spend countless hours pouring over market books and literary journal websites. So much intense research cuts into a writer’s short story writing time! But writers like Nancy Hanway know there’s a better way: Writer’s Relief (www.WritersRelief.com). Nancy Hanway has placed many of her pieces with short story magazine publishers—and she’s also… Read Article →

(Tips for Writing ): 15 Short Story Cliches That Need to Die

(Tips for Writing ): 15 Short Story Cliches That Need to Die

Flash fiction tips for writing: these 15 cliches are definite pitfalls to avoid as you head into the slush pile. Short stories are a place to reinvent, reimagine, and grow. Not fall into the same, tired traps. Avoid using clichés that ruin the experience for readers (and therefore, get stories rejected by publishers or magazines to which you submit). Want more slush pile advice? Become a Patron of Flash Fiction… Read Article →