Monthly Archives: July 2011

Introduction to Before You Write

The posts on Before You Write will be divided into five main categories: Writing Fiction; Writing Non-fiction, Writing General, Marketing, and Publishing. You’ll be able to tell at the top of each post what the category of the day is. … Continue reading

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The market for your book.

Yesterday, I suggested that before you write your book, it’s good to check out whether the public is interested in your topic.  One way to do that is to blog about your topic. This will take a little bit of … Continue reading

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Marketing your book

First things first… I know it seems premature to talk about marketing before you write, but it’s not. You might have a burning desire to write your book no matter what. In that case, you might choose to skip worrying … Continue reading

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Learn the craft of writing.

You’ve had that book title and idea in your mind for ages. Finally, you have decided to write. Once the decision is made, you’ll want to get started and you won’t want to stop. Halfway into the book, or maybe … Continue reading

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Welcome to Before You Write.

Before You Write is for beginning and experienced writers—published and unpublished alike. Through this blog, my mission is to help make your writing and publishing experience an easier and happier one. When people hear that I’m a freelance writer and … Continue reading

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