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Jen Frederick: On the Power of Found Family

Jen Frederick is a Korean adoptee living in the Midwest with her husband, daughter, and rambunctious dog. Under the pseudonym Erin Watt, Frederick has co-written two number one New York Times bestselling novels. Find her on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. In this post, Jen discusses how she represented the adoptee experience in her new romance novel, Seoulmates, her advice for other writers, and more! Name: Jen FrederickLiterary agent: Steven AxelrodBook title: SeoulmatesPublisher: Berkley JoveRelease date: January 25, 2022Genre/category: Romance/General FictionPrevious titles: Last Hit; Last Breath; Last Kiss; Last Hope; Heart & SeoulElevator pitch for the book: Korean adoptee travels to […]

The 5 Best Book Summary Websites to Quickly Boost Your Knowledge

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There’s a lot of reasons you might need a book summary. Maybe you don’t have the time to get through the books on your “want to read” list. Maybe you need to write some book notes for an article you’re working on. Maybe you just want to figure out if you want to read a full book. Either way, it can be incredibly time-consuming to read through a whole book to find what you need, which is where book summary websites become a great option. In this article, we’re going to dive into five different options. Most sites cover different […]

Plottr Review (2021 Pros and Cons)

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Can Plottr help you plan better fiction stories? While there’s no denying that a great plot is essential for successful fiction, there are multiple ways to come up with one. Some authors outline their work in granular detail, breaking down their story into chapters, scenes, and even moments within scenes. Their actual writing process involves fleshing out an incredibly detailed story skeleton they already have. Other writers are advocates for an approach known as pantsing. They might have a few key story details in mind at the start, but they largely develop their plot as they write. Stephen King likens […]

How To Use Criteria And Criterion Correctly In Your Writing

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Criteria and criterion are two words that show the evolution of modern English. Strictly defined, the word criterion is a singular noun, and criteria is the plural form. However, it is rare to see this applied in writing today. Unless you are a stickler for accuracy in your writing, the plural form is now generally used as a singular noun. How to use criteria and criterion correctly You don’t often come across the word criterion. But if you want to improve your writing and be grammatically accurate, it’s a word worth keeping in mind. Here’s the strict definition. A criterion […]

Promoting Your Books With Tumblr Is Quick And Simple

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Promoting books with Tumblr is often overlooked by self-published authors. It’s an effective and easy way to extend your book promotion. Yes, you use Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and your blog or website. But with Tumblr, you can use your existing book promotion posts and articles to reach a new audience. Tumblr is a cross between social media and microblogging and is very popular. But for authors, Tumblr’s reblogging feature is the big bonus. Tumblr in numbers It might be a surprise to learn how many people use Tumblr. Here are some interesting statistics from TechJury. In February 2021, Tumblr had […]
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