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The Power of Testimony: How to Share Your Story and Impact Lives

Let’s be honest, sharing your personal journey isn’t just about getting words down on a page. It’s like letting someone into your private world— spilling the good, the bad, and the ugly. How do you weave your life experiences and spiritual journey into a story that not only inspires but also uplifts and strengthens others’

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Six Elements for Writing a Killer Book Description

One of the most crucial elements to selling a book is also probably the most difficult element for authors to create: the book description. Your book description is your first impression, your chance to hook readers and secure a purchase. A great book description will get people interested, and it’s also your opportunity to get

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Overcoming Writer’s Block with Automatic Transcription

If you’re a writer—of books, essays, scripts, blog posts, whatever—you’re familiar with the phenomenon: the blank screen, a looming deadline, and a sinking feeling in your gut that pairs poorly with the jug of coffee you drank earlier. If you know that rumble all too well: this post is for you. Maybe it’ll help you

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Do You Want to Become a Better Writer Read A Lot More

Do You Want to Become a Better Writer? Read (A Lot) More

Attempting to write a book without avidly reading is like trying to pull water from a dried-up well. There’s nothing there.  

If you want to write anything—whether it’s a tweet, blog post, or book—you need to have a storehouse of words to pull from. You need to have in your possession a robust vocabulary, stories to help you illustrate your point, and the only way to build such a repertoire is by reading.  

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