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Are Sensitivity Readers Valuable to the Publishing Process?

Have you ever heard of sensitivity readers? I hadn’t until a few months ago when I was stumbling around on the internet and came across a few articles discussing their relevancy. Sensitivity readers are what they sound like: people who are paid to read a novel and flag content that is offensive or inaccurately portrays […]

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Books and Videos: Colliding for Kids

For a self-published author, it’s not just about writing the book. In fact, sitting down to type out the manuscript is only half the battle. You could have the most beautiful and intriguing prose man has ever seen, but if you don’t also have a good marketing plan, no one will ever actually see it.

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