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How to Write for Your Reader’s English

Your English, my English. Where you were born, raised, educated, and live will dictate which of the Englishes you write and speak. What if you’re writing for a reader who uses one of the other Englishes?

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How to Choose the Best Self-Publishing Approach for Your Book

How to choose the best self-publishing approach for your book is about knowing what you and your book need help with, from whom, and when. As an indie author in charge of your own book project, you’re

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nonfiction dialogue

Getting Nonfiction Dialogue Wrong: 8 Bad Mistakes to Avoid

Learning to write nonfiction dialogue is a must. It adds life and colour to the text, helps to move the narrative forward, and tells us more about the characters. However, bad dialogue, and bad use

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indie author career

ONE Thing You Should Do For Your Indie Author Career

We're talking about one big, free, online thing you can do that will help you with your indie author career, regardless whether you're a newbie, veteran, romance or nonfiction author. It's signing up

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How to Set Rules That Will Help You Write Journalistic Nonfiction

Once you have decided to write a journalistic nonfiction book, before you write your first sentence, you must establish rules to follow.As a working journalist you will have relied on the fact that

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Style Guide

Behind the Scenes: Are You Committing to the Right Style Guide?

You’ve probably faced at least one of these conundrums in your writing: do you write out the number 'twenty-seven' or simply write '27'? Do you hyphenate 'co-operation' or leave it unhyphenated it

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How to Create A Narrative Plot Structure for Nonfiction

People often think that writing nonfiction is a piece of cake compared to writing fiction. After all, you have the story right there. You don’t have to make it up from scratch, right? As a non-fiction

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Write Nonfiction

6 Brilliant Ways to Write Nonfiction Like a Bestselling Author

Whether you write nonfiction in the true crime, self-improvement, business, memoir, or any other sub-genre of nonfiction, there are six fundamental points we’d like you to keep in mind.

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Permission to Quote: How, When and the Indie Author Challenge

If you write nonfiction, like all of our clients at Ingenium Books, you may want to quote other notable experts in your field. In either case, keeping on the right side of copyright law and obtaining permission

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International Copyright

International Copyright: 4 Facts Indie Authors Need to Know (on #WorldIPDay)

As an author you should be aware of what you can and can’t do with your work. That means understanding copyright law in your home country as well as international copyright. This protects you from those

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