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A Day in the Life of a Publisher Consultant

  Publishing today in the digital age simplified many processes giving authors access to many options for their work but at the same time complicated important key factors that support successful publishing. In traditional publishing

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Coming Soon: Pub-Funding

ATLANTIC PUBLISHING CROWDFUNDING What if I told you that you could publish your book at no cost to you and maybe walk away with a profit before the book is even released? Atlantic Publishing has

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Female Athletes: Crushing the Competition

Who do you think of when you hear the phrase, “female athlete”? Tennis star Serena Williams and figure skater Michelle Kwan are usually on the list, along with Lindsey Vonn and Gabby Douglas. These incredible

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Fatherhood in 60 Minutes or Less

While becoming a parent is one of the greatest joys in life, it’s also really hard work. The long nights and early mornings may not seem worth it when you’re downing your fifth cup of

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A Foster Care Journey

By Danielle Sinon Staying with a new family for a while can be a scary experience. Children in foster care, both young and old, can find it difficult to adjust when entering their new home.

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Accept or Reject: Editing with Track Changes

Danielle Sinon Sharing your writing with the world may seem pretty daunting, but sharing your writing with your editor may seem even more intimidating! A million thoughts might be running through your head, thoughts like

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Ghostwriting 101

By Danielle Sinon Are you afraid of ghosts? What about ghostwriters? While the concept of ghostwriting may seem a little otherworldly, it’s actually fairly commonplace. Whether you are interested in hiring a ghostwriter, want to

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Building Your Bibliography

By Danielle Sinon Plagiarism is a word that is used a lot in the literary world. When writing a book, especially non-fiction, it’s important to know where your information is coming from and not to

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All’s Well That Plants Well

By Danielle Sinon Over time, our homes lose their sparkle and need a little sprucing up. Paint and new furniture may be easy fixes, but there are more affordable options. Try decorating your space with

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Connect With Your Personal Angel

By: Danielle Sinon Life can be busy and stressful. We go through our everyday routines on autopilot, rarely stopping to think about how many things we take for granted. While accidents and tragedies never seem

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Selling with Amazon Advertising

By Danielle Lieneman Amazon sales are critical to making any book as successful as it can be. A key factor to establishing dominance within a book’s category on Amazon is through Amazon Advertising. Amazon Advertising

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How to Build a Great Summer

What makes a great summer? Dream vacation destinations? Family reunions and backyard barbecues? How about DIY projects? Better? Great! With these two books from our Back to Basics series, you’ll learn all about how to

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Independent Bookstore Day

You can never have too many books. At least, that’s what we believe. And what better place to find more books than in a bookstore? With Independent Bookstore Day coming up on April 27, we

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Your Guide to Eating Seasonally

By Danielle Sinon Peaches and berries and plums, oh my! What’s not to love about summer produce? Fresh fruits and vegetables are available to roast, grill, toss in a salad, or enjoy just as they

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Organizing Your Book

Let’s talk about cookbooks. These days, picking up one of these tomes is more like flipping through a photographer’s portfolio than a simple collection of recipes. Even with the changes in book standards, there are

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Is Your Teen Ready for College?

By Danielle Sinon Graduating high school and heading off to college is a time full of excitement and celebrations! But preparing your teen for this next big adventure can also be a stressful and exhausting

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A Reading List for Wanderlust

By Danielle Sinon Let’s talk about summer! You may be thinking, “Didn’t they just talk about spring a couple weeks ago?” But now that the weather is warming up, it’s only natural for thoughts of

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