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What are you aiming for when you start writing? A beautiful character? A page-turning plot? A memorable climax? Here's how to achieve unity in your writing:

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Sharpen your self-publishing skills! 20+ speakers, 20+ workshops, Q&A, networking, and more at the year's biggest self-publishing event.

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The results are in! Learn what indie authors are doing to find success in the largest self-publishing survey ever conducted. Grab our white paper for free today!

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Want to know how to format your Word document before converting it into an eBook? Here’s how to prepare your manuscript for eBook formatting.

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Charmisse M. Owens is a first-generation college graduate and the self-published author of "Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me Before I Started College." Listen to her story in our exclusive video.

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Did you know you're just 5 steps away from self-publishing success? Our new free eBook, 5 Steps To Self-Publishing, is a must-read for any writer!

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Here’s a little-known fact for aspiring self-published authors: The holiday season is not the best time to publish for new, self-published authors. Here’s when you should really publish your book.

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Writers, authors, newbies, and experts–BookBaby’s first-ever Independent Authors Conference is coming to historic Philadelphia November 3-5 at the elegant Sonesta Hotel in downtown Rittenhouse Square. Take a look at what's to come!

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Two of the classic story shapes are "the fall" or "the rise." In these story arcs, the main character climbs to a peak of happiness, falls from one, or does a round-trip for maximum emotional impact. Here's how to work these arcs into your own story:

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Writers have a love-hate relationship with contests. Some people adore them, eager to submit regularly, and others back away, fearful of potential scams. It's good to be wary, but here's why you should take the plunge:
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