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the end of a professionally written book

Ending Your Book Professionally

There are writers who begin with the end in mind. This practice has the same appeal as taking a break to do your chores in the middle of a writing session. A story can be a long journey without an apparent destination, while a chore just ends at some point.


Poet, Writer, Teacher, Inspiration: Willie Pleasants

AuthorHouse Author Willie Pleasants took to writing after an early retirement from public sector work out of frustration at her 9-5 job, and never looked back. Her books contain both short stories and poetry. Today she tells the AuthorHouse Author’s Digest about the inspirations behind her books, marketing strategies and her experiences with AuthorHouse.


From Page to Stage; the Proudest Day of My Life

Authorhouse author Matina Bastakos concludes her three part AuthorHouse Author’s digest series with some book marketing tips and an inspiring moral that every aspiring author would do well to remember.


Paths to the Pen

At a young age, AuthorHouse author Phil R. Bryson had figuratively written many chapters in his life. These chapters were colorful and inspiring to say the least. In the first part of Bryson’s three-part series, he presents the events in his early life that provoked and eventually paved the way for his writing career.

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