Nothing is Impossible: How Robert Adams – Navy SEAL, Doctor, and FriesenPress Author – sells books

Nothing is Impossible: How Robert Adams – Navy SEAL, Doctor, and FriesenPress Author – sells books

Robert Adams – Navy SEAL, doctor, and FriesenPress author – is always up for a new challenge. When it came time to publish Six Days of Impossible, Robert did what came naturally and dove headfirst into the world of book marketing.

With Six Days’ readership growing every month, we caught up with Robert to learn about the bookselling tips he has for other first-time authors.

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5 Expert Tips for Writing Readable Sentences

5 Expert Tips for Writing Readable Sentences

Want to capture and hold a reader's attention? Paying attention to sentence length can give you a huge advantage. Too-short sentences might come across as childish; too-long sentences could be confusing. What’s the ideal balance? Here are 5 expert tips that’ll help you make your sentences more engaging and readable.

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How to Use Moodboards to Enhance Your Writing

How to Use Moodboards to Enhance Your Writing

Coming up with an original 'writing voice' can be daunting for any writer. A voice moodboard is a great way to develop your tone and stay inspired while writing. Here's how to create one of your own!

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Writing Prompts: Dive Write In

Writing Prompts: Dive Write In

They can be a word, a sentence, an image or an idea. Writing prompts are a great way to get you writing, even if you don’t have a book you’re working on. But more than that, they offer many skill-building benefits that can help any writer to grow and improve. Here are just a few of the things writing prompts can do for you.

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Beta Readers

How to Get the Most Out of Your Beta Readers

Having beta readers read your manuscript is a critical step in many an author’s publishing journey. Here are some best practices on managing your beta readers and what to expect from their feedback.

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Identifying Your Writing Style

Identifying Your Writing Style

Are you a writer who plots out every single detail? Or do you prefer to fly by the seat of your pants? Understanding your approach to writing can illuminate where you might need assistance, and identify your greatest strengths.

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Why Your Voice Matters

Why Your Voice Matters

Finding and maintaining “a voice” can be a daunting task, especially for novice writers. As writers, our truths are in the details, and the importance of taking on this challenge cannot be overstated.

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Why You Should Always Carry a Notebook

Why You Should Always Carry a Notebook

It’s painted as one of the most valuable methods to finish your book, one of the ways that you can look like a writer, feel like a writer, write like a writer. “Carry a notebook,” they say. But, when all is said and done: Why?

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