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Libraries and Self-Publishing

7 min readLibraries. A time honored monument to our desire to preserve our past and share our stories. Since people first began setting down their stories on paper, the idea of a library as both a physical place and an institution has… Continue Reading →

Lulu at the Writer’s Digest Conference 2017

8 min readWriter’s Digest has been serving writers for over 90 years. Primarily a monthly publication (also called “Writer’s Digest”) the magazine provides authors and publishers at all stages of the process with advice, tools, and opportunities to advance their writing and… Continue Reading →

Guest Blog: Using imitation to learn writing skills

3 min readDid you know that many famous writers improved their writing skills by copying the work of others? But even if you do not plan to become a professional writer, being able to write well is an important skill that you… Continue Reading →

Guest Blog: Learning about America’s Presidents

3 min readWritten by former advertising executive turned TV producer, Toni Steedman Zelickson, and illustrated by nationally renowned caricature artist, Jeff Mangum, “The 45 Presidents” is an 84-page, large format activity book featuring a caricature of each president, presidential trivia, First Lady… Continue Reading →

Independent Authorship for the Senior Citizen

2 min read  Individuals over 60 years old have a great deal of experience to impart on others, but sometimes they do not have their “visions” shared because of the complexity writing and publishing their stories.  In most instances, the senior has… Continue Reading →

Do enhanced eBooks promote children’s literacy?

2 min readMixing a children’s book with something like a videogame seems like a no-brainer for promoting reading skills, right? Apparently not. A new study finds that enhanced eBooks for children don’t raise literacy levels. The study, which followed 32 pairs of… Continue Reading →

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