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from Better Novel Project

5 Warning Signs Your Readers Won't Read Your Sequel

An effective ending is one that satisfies readers but still leaves them wanting more. Give your audience the closure they crave. ending-cardOn the other hand, if you tie up everything too neatly, you might write yourself out of a sequel. Even if you are planning a stand alone novel, it’s nice to let the readers imagination take over and fill in the possibilities.

from Better Novel Project

5 Warning Signs Your Readers Won't Read Your Sequel

An effective ending is one that satisfies readers but still leaves them wanting more. Give your audience the closure they crave. ending-cardOn the other hand, if you tie up everything too neatly, you might write yourself out of a sequel. Even if you are planning a stand alone novel, it’s nice to let the readers imagination take over and fill in the possibilities.

from inlandnwchristianwriters.com

10 Ways Authors are Using Twitter, and Why You Should Too

from the Guardian

How to make… a book nibbling book mark

How to make… a book nibbling book mark | Children's books | The Guardian

from the Guardian

Why Stephen Hawking is light years from the truth about ‘dangerous aliens’

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I Ran A Scottish Bookshop And You Can Too

There's a bookshop in Scotland that anyone can run, so I did. | The Open Book in Wigtown, Scotland.