Article: A Case for Worst Boys By Klara Raškaj

A Case for Worst Boys By Klara Raškaj


 In the romance genre, we often look for books with a particular trope (i.e. reoccurring theme). The infamous “bad boy” most likely comes to mind. Yes, readers tend to have a strange fascination with these…

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Writing Advice Article: How To Advance Your Writing Career by Creating Story Folders

Advance Your Career by Creating Story Folders by Karen S. Wiesner


Advance Your Career by Creating Story Folders by Karen S. Wiesner Based on Bring Your Fiction to Life: Crafting Three-Dimensional Stories with Depth and Complexity and CPR for Dead or Lifeless Fiction {A Writer’s Guide…

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Article: An Analysis of Futuristic Technologies in Science Fiction Novels

An Analysis of Futuristic Technologies in Science Fiction Novels by Writers Exchange E-Publishing


  Science fiction is a genre that has captured the imaginations of readers for decades. One of the most fascinating aspects of this genre is the way that it explores futuristic technologies that may or…

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An Analysis of Magic Systems in Fantasy Novels: Unveiling the Enchanting World of Imagination (from a reader's perspective) vertical

An Analysis of Magic Systems in Fantasy Novels: Unveiling the Enchanting World of Imagination (from a reader’s perspective) by Writers Exchange E-Publishing


  Introduction Fantasy novels have captivated readers for centuries, transporting them to worlds filled with wonder, adventure, and, most importantly, magic. At the heart of these fantastical realms lies the intricate tapestry of magic systems,…

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Arrested Development by Karen S. Wiesner

Arrested Development by Karen S. Wiesner


Arrested Development by Karen S. Wiesner Based on Bring Your Fiction to Life: Crafting Three-Dimensional Stories with Depth and Complexity and CPR for Dead or Lifeless Fiction {A Writer’s Guide to Deep and Multifaceted Development…

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Avoid a Sagging Middle by Dee Lloyd

Avoid a Sagging Middle by Dee Lloyd


AVOID A SAGGING MIDDLE   By DEE LLOYD   No middle should sag. The dragging, sagging pace of the middle of a romance is every bit as unattractive as the lax muscles of a person’s…

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Article: How to Avoid Rejection... An Editor's Checklist

Avoid Rejection… An Editor’s Checklist by Dee Lloyd


AVOID REJECTION… AN EDITOR’S CHECK LIST By DEE LLOYD During my six years as Acquisitions Editor for the now-defunct LTDBooks I must have read several thousand submissions. Many of the manuscripts I reluctantly had to…

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Blurb Writing Series, Part 1: Judge a Book by its Back Cover Blurb by Karen Wiesner

Blurb Writing Series, Part 1: Judge a Book by its Back Cover Blurb by Karen Wiesner


JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS BACK COVER BLURB by Karen Wiesner   Fact 1: Readers judge books by their back cover blurbs just as they might a cover.   Fact 2: Authors and publishers want…

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Blurb Writing Series, Part 2: Crafting Blurbs Overview by Karen Wiesner

Blurb Writing Series, Part 2: Crafting Blurbs Overview by Karen Wiesner


Crafting Blurbs Overview by Karen Wiesner   Back Cover Blurbs A back cover blurb can be anywhere from one to four paragraphs. If the whole package is short and punchy, as we’ve said, it’s practically…

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  Writers Exchange E-Publishing is trying to really build up our blog to be a place where readers will want to go for the articles and memes on our favourite subject: books! To help with…

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Article: Confessions of a Romance Writer and Reader by Deborah Nolan

Confessions of a Romance Writer and Reader by Deborah Nolan


  CONFESSIONS OF A ROMANCE WRITER and READER By Deborah Nolan   I am and have always been an avid reader.  As long as I have a book or preferably a stack of books and…

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Deep, Multi-Faceted Development and Progression of Romantic Relationships By Karen S. Wiesner

Deep, Multi-Faceted Development and Progression of Romantic Relationships By Karen S. Wiesner


Deep, Multi-Faceted Development and Progression of Romantic Relationships By Karen S. Wiesner   Based on CPR for Dead or Lifeless Fiction {A Writer’s Guide to Deep and Multifaceted Development and Progression of Characters, Plot, and…

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Exploring Absurdism in Literature: Books That Make You Think and Laugh


  The realm of absurdism in literature presents a fascinating paradox: it delves into the depths of existential despair, yet often surfaces with a humor that is both biting and insightful. Absurdist literature challenges readers…

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Exploring the Themes of Redemption in Christian Fiction Article

Exploring the Themes of Redemption in Christian Fiction: A Reader’s Perspective by Writers Exchange E-Publishing


Christian fiction holds a unique place in literature, offering readers more than just entertainment – it provides a spiritual journey through the lives of characters grappling with faith, struggles, and ultimately, redemption. In this article,…

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Article: From Page to Screen: Children's Books That Became Great Movies

From Page to Screen: Children’s Books That Became Great Movies


The enchanting world of children’s literature has long been a source of inspiration for filmmakers, providing a treasure trove of timeless stories that come to life on the silver screen. As readers, there’s a unique…

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Holiday and Seasonal Stories: Books That Capture the Spirit


  The turning of seasons, the sound of carolers, the scent of freshly baked holiday treats–there’s something magical about the holiday and seasonal spirit that captivates the hearts of readers. Books have a unique power…

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Article: How I Became an Author of Erotica by Simone Leigh

How I Became an Author of Erotica by Simone Leigh


So…people ask, how did you end up making your living as an Author of Erotica? And d’you know…it was accidental. Not becoming a writer, you understand. That was anything but accidental. I knew by the…

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Article: Choosing a Setting: Real or Fiction by Deborah Nolan

How to Choose a Setting: Real or Fiction by Deborah Nolan


  Choosing a Setting: Real or Fiction By Deborah Nolan   It’s been said that location is another character in a story.  I think that’s true if the setting is described well enough and with…

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How to Start Writing a Book from Scratch By Writers Exchange E-Publishing

How to Start Writing a Book from Scratch By Writers Exchange E-Publishing


  Starting a book from scratch can be an exciting but daunting process. The thought of creating an entire world and bringing characters to life can be overwhelming, but with the right approach and mindset,…

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Article: Police Mystery Thrillers: Getting it Right! By John Schembra

How to Write Police Mystery Thrillers: Getting it Right! By John Schembra


Are you writing police mysteries thrillers? Want to get it right? I do, too, though I may have an advantage, having been a police officer for 30 years. Although the home setting for my books…

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