iUniverse presents Writers Lost and Found: Somerset Maugham

Posted on July 16, 2017 under iUniverse Advice
 
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    iUniverse recognises that many writers who have been successful in the past unfortunately no longer receive proper attention. However, we believe that every successful writer is worth examining. With this in mind, today we begin a series called …

Ari Joshua Bouse gives us “Something to Chew On”

Posted on July 14, 2017 under Author Blogs
 
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      iUniverse’s Ari Joshua Bouse tells us about Something to Chew On, his new book on mindfulness, meditation, and improving our relationship with Nature. Please briefly describe your book . . . I wrote Something to Chew On: …

Veteran iU author Gail Logan and “The Serpent’s Last Secret”

Posted on July 10, 2017 under Author Blogs
 
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Veteran author Gail Logan talks about her new book, The Serpent’s Last Secret, which completes her trilogy, published through iUniverse.  The Serpent’s Last Secret ends the trilogy that began with The Sundisk and Time Is of the Essence.  Along with …

Veteran iU author Paul Cozens and “The Graf Zeppelin”

Posted on July 6, 2017 under Author Blogs
 
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          iUniverse introduces Paul Cozens, who talks about The Graf Zeppelin as well as his other books. The “Graf Zeppelin” refers to Germany’s aircraft carrier during World War II.   Please tell us a little about …

More tips on writing a great self-help book!

Posted on July 5, 2017 under iUniverse Advice
 
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            In our previous post, iUniverse looked at three crucial aspects of writing self-help books, and today we continue with more helpful guidance. Include anecdotes and experiences from other people. Stories about yourself are of …

Three tips on writing self-help books

Posted on June 28, 2017 under iUniverse Advice
 
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              Books about self-help are one of the five top-selling genres in the world. Revenues from self-help books continue to reach nearly $1 billion per year. So what makes this genre so popular, and …

Fantasy novelist Jay Hume and “The Crowned Rose”

Posted on June 23, 2017 under Author Blogs
 
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                iUniverse’s Jay Hume tells us about his exciting new fantasy tale, The Crowned Rose.   Please briefly describe your book . . . My book is called The Crowned Rose and it …

iU’s Douglas Gardham on why “It’s Never Too Late”

Posted on June 21, 2017 under Author Blogs
 
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Veteran iUniverse novelist and experienced self-marketer Douglas Gardham tells us why “It’s Never Too Late”.  Gardham is the author of The Actor and The Drive In. I was asked the other day whether I was thinking of going back to …

Tips for writing short stories, Part 3

Posted on June 21, 2017 under iUniverse Advice
 
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                    In this final installment of our short story seminar, iUniverse discusses the formula behind an effective short story and also provides a reading list of exemplary tales. Formula. The formula …

Three more tips for writing short stories!

Posted on June 14, 2017 under iUniverse Advice
 
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                      iUniverse returns with Part 2 of our short story workshop. As Edgar Allan Poe said, a short story should be able to be read in one sitting. Keeping this …

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