4 Lessons from Jane Austen In light of the 200th anniversary of her death, Jane Austen has been a trending topic. From various hashtags on social media, namely #janeausten200, to her face making it onto the new Â£10 note and Â£2 coin. To follow, here is a list of universally applicable life lessons of which her timeless classics hope to teach you. But first, who was Jane? Jane Austen, was an English author born in 1775 and… Read more
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Imagine yourself… sitting on a deck chair somewhere in the south of France, sun hat draped over your head, sunglasses on, basking in the summer sun â€“ what are you holding? Is it the hard back of a tablet, or have you bent the cover over as you sit back with your paper copy? E-Books – What’s the Fuss? For most, this argument always has an obvious answer but in this changing and competitive market of the e-book, there… Read more
So,Â you’veÂ just finished your first masterpiece, have had it professionally edited, proofread and self-published. Your close friends and family have all read it and are full of praise, so you might well feel ready to market it on a much bigger scale.
Are you considering writing a book and looking at all of your options?Â Are you nervous about self-publishing? If so, this article could help. Self-publishing has helped a great deal of authors publish their work. Many of these might otherwise have never written a book or certainly not got round to publishing. It has opened up the doors to so many people and completely changed the face of the industry.Â Moving forward, self-publishing is going to grow and grow and… Read more
WellÂ done to everyone who has just completed a first draft of a book. Take time to congratulate yourself and enjoy the moment. However, before you sit back and completely relax, itâ€™s time to make some important revisions.