5 Things Authors Hate the Most (#4 is the worst)

Writing is often viewed as a solitary and serene endeavor, where authors immerse themselves in their creative worlds to produce captivating stories. The reality, however, is far from this romanticized notion. Authors adhere to various routines and habits to maintain productivity and creativity. Some write in the early morning hours, while others find inspiration late
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Why Goodreads is a Game-Changer for Authors

Goodreads is a powerful tool for authors looking to expand their reach, engage with readers, and boost book sales. As the world’s largest site for readers and book recommendations, Goodreads offers numerous features that can significantly benefit authors. Here’s how Goodreads helps authors succeed in the competitive literary landscape. 1. Connecting with Readers Goodreads enables
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Author Biography – Sandip Mukherjee

Sandip Mukherjee, a graduate of The Institute of Hotel Management, Kolkata in 1977, has had an illustrious career spanning over four decades in the hospitality industry. With a Master’s Degree in Tourism Management and extensive training from prestigious institutions like IIM Bangalore and Cornell University in the USA, he has honed his expertise in managing
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Is being an author glamorous?

In today’s digital age, the allure of becoming an author has only grown stronger. From the romanticized image of typing away at a vintage typewriter in a cozy café to the excitement of seeing your name in print, the idea of being an author carries a certain glamour that captivates many. But is being an
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Book Review – The Catch by Amy Lea

Amy Lea’s “The Catch” presents a delightful rom-com novel, weaving together beloved tropes like grumpy meets sunshine, fake engagements, and the unlikely romance between a fisherman and a fashion influencer. Written by the acclaimed author of “Set on You” and “Exes and O’s”, it emerges as a captivating addition to the genre. “The Catch” –
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Viewpoint – Are Authors Good Readers?

The Author’s Craft Authors, as the architects of storytelling, delve into the realms of imagination, constructing worlds, characters, and narratives. Their craft demands a deep understanding of language, structure, and thematic elements. The question arises: does this intense focus on creating hinder their capacity to enjoy and appreciate the work of others? Authors are celebrated
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Book Review – When Women Lead

In her debut book, “When Women Lead,” Julia Boorstin, formerly a reporter at CNBC, delves into the complex intersection of workplace discrimination and women’s leadership. Boorstin draws on personal experiences and interviews with women in business to illuminate the challenges they encounter and the transformative impact of their leadership. Through a combination of social experiments,
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