Writing Tips and Tricks from the Greats

Writing Tips and Tricks from the Greats

Running low on writing inspiration? Try turning to the greats for some ideas – they were great after all!

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Authors Helping Authors

Authors Helping Authors

Book promotion expert Fauzia Burke joins us to talk book buzz, filling up your ‘favor bank’, and the importance of banding together with other authors.

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How a Tomato Can Make You a Better Writer

How a Tomato Can Make You a Better Writer

We all know it’s delicious with a pinch of salt on toast, but did you know that a tomato can teach you valuable lessons about writing productively?

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How I Became an Award-Winning Children’s Author

How I Became an Award-Winning Children’s Author

Mark Pichora, author of "You’re Amazing! (Starring You)", went from first-timer to award-winning children’s author. How? Mark explains, in his own words.

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How to Create a Regular Writing Habit

How to Create a Regular Writing Habit

Struggling to find time (or inspiration) for your next marathon writing session? There are many great reasons to take a step back and think smaller. When it comes to writing, a little can go a long way.

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Why You Should Always Carry a Notebook

Why You Should Always Carry a Notebook

It’s painted as one of the most valuable methods to finish your book, one of the ways that you can look like a writer, feel like a writer, write like a writer. “Carry a notebook,” they say. But, when all is said and done: Why?

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Author Experience: Steve Smith

Author Experience: Steve Smith

The bond formed between FriesenPress’ published authors and their production team is a powerful one. Our Author Experience feature gives our authors a platform to tell the story behind the publication of their story, in their own words. Steve Smith, author of the The Psychopath Machine, first contacted FriesenPress in March 2016

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5 Ways to Boost Your Book’s Crowdfunding Success

5 Ways to Boost Your Book’s Crowdfunding Success

Millions of crowdfunding dollars are spent on publishing projects every year. But for the crowdfunding model to work, you need to have something that people will want to buy. Find out five things you can do to increase your project’s chance of success!

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