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Better Safe Than Sued: Lyric Legalities

One of the most common issues we advise our clients about is the legality of using lyrics in their writing. Lyrics are extremely tempting to use in books because they set a tone, express a feeling, create atmosphere and convey … Continue reading

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Dissecting The Fine Print: Premade Book Covers

There’s no question that authors can save a lot of money by buying premade book covers for their books rather than hiring a designer to custom-make a cover. But there’s a lot of “fine print” – that annoying agreement that … Continue reading

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Brain to Book Blog Tour: Joe Compton

Fast Facts Author: Joe Compton Genre: Crime Thriller Books: Amongst The Killing Official Site Bio Writing has always been a passion. Published in his school anthology at an early age, Joe was able to get his first taste of the … Continue reading

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Awethors Event: Why I Love Supporting Indie Authors

Get Down With The Awethors co-creator D.M. Cain graciously suggested that I should do an interview too. As I haven’t published a full book yet, I thought I’d take her up on it in a different way: by telling you why … Continue reading

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Awethors Event: Interview with Joe Compton

Our eleventh awesome author in the countdown until the Get Down With The Awethors Facebook event on April 12 is Joe Compton. He’s an indie author as well as president of his publishing company Never Mind The Fine Print LLC. Check out the … Continue reading

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Need Inspiration?

by Sandra Ardoin, Inspirational Historical Romance Author The Shack, A Log Cabin Christmas, Into the Free, Dying to Read, the Left Behind series. Karen Kingsbury, Francine Rivers, Wanda Brunstetter, Terri Blackstock, Cindy Woodsmall. What do these books and authors have … Continue reading

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The Glass Heart Girl, Britain’s Next Bestseller

Introduction by Proof Positive Editor Morgan Marsicano Readers, look out! The up-and-coming author Michelle Diana Lowe is back with a new novel and is set to publish it with Britain’s Next Bestseller! However, in order to do so, she needs … Continue reading

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Go That Extra Mile!

by Anita Stratos, Proof Positive Editor Your book is edited, polished, published, and out there for the world to enjoy. You’ve got it listed on Amazon, its beautiful cover (that you agonized over getting just right) beckoning readers with its … Continue reading

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How (Not) to Write a Novel

I always sing author Quanie Miller‘s praises because she’s such an outstanding writer. In fact, I did a fun and interesting interview with her in 2013 about her premier book It Ain’t Easy Being Jazzy. As the owner of Proof … Continue reading

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“Literally” Is The New “Figuratively”…And Other Word Anomalies

Language evolution is an understandable and even necessary thing – linguists agree that when a language stops evolving, it quickly becomes a dead language. But English is undergoing an interesting type of evolution: word definitions are changing and expanding to … Continue reading

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