Write something worth reading | Writing and Publishing My Book


This is an interesting quote by Benjamin Franklin… and it’s an interesting way to live and to write. Whatever you do, and whatever you write, make sure it is something that moves you! Make sure that your writing inspires people… Make sure that it makes them think… Don’t settle for living a life that is not worth writing about – nor writing anything less than something worthy of investing the time to read…
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Page numbers are done… | Writing and Publishing My Book


If you are like most people, you have a book inside you that is longing, yearning to come out! Make a START! Write an outline – write a possible heading – write SOMETHING! One step at a time – that’s all it takes – and before you know it, if you keep taking those one step after one step actions, your book will be done!
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Keep forging ahead… Never Quit! | Writing and Publishing My Book


Confucius was spot on (as he usually is) with this quote. I was watching a clip of Will Smith talking about the way to build a brick wall – it’s not about fretting over the size of the task ahead of you, it’s about consistently laying one perfectly laid brick, one after the next… Whatever task you have ahead of you, think about it in terms only of the next brick…
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Writing competitions for January 2015 | Writing and Publishing My Book


If you want to have a focus for your writing, here is a list of competitions that have closing dates during January (and including the day before and the day after). If you need any help with your submissions, please reach out!
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Children’s Book Publishing in the 21st Century: A Children’s Literary Salon | Writing and Publishing My Book


The main branch of the New York Public Library provided respite from the drizzle and crowds of umbrella-carrying holiday shoppers, as children’s book
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