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African American Lit
Here you will find articles, tips and advice especially for writers of all levels. Are you a newbie ready to break into publication? Are you a veteran author looking for promotional tips? Have you fal

Avoiding Stereotypes for Characters of Color star
No matter how good or creative the storyline is, if the characters are unrealistically developed the writer has failed. Here are three tips to help create well-rounded characters of color without the trappings of stereotypes.

Benefits of Writing a Series star
Have you noticed the rising popularity of writing a series in the writing industry? Commercially published and self-published authors are finding outrageous success with series.

Black Writers Embrace Self-Publishing star
Self-publishing has proven a great option for many but it´s opened a world of endless possibilities to encourage the creative growth of black writers especially. There are more options than ever for authors to get their work in the door.

Do Not Skip on Editing star
Are you an aspiring writer who is dying to publish your book but cannot afford an editor? Skipping the editing process is never a good idea but there are options for getting eyes on your books without having to pay for it.

What Black Writing Means Today star
I’m sure you’ve heard of African-American Lit but do you know what it pertains? Blacks are writing more books in more genres than ever before. It’s beautiful! Whether you like romance, science fiction or mystery, if you’re a black writer today than the world’s your oyster.

Yes You Do Need Book Reviews star
The idea of seeking out book reviews can make an author cringe with fright but they are a vital part of the promotional process. I spell out ways to make the review hunt easier by highlighting tips that will help you along the way.

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