Curated Content For Writers – July 7

It’s Friday and you know what that means – Curated Content from the folks at Story Empire! šŸ˜‰šŸ‘

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Content Curation star mapHello, SE Readers. Joan here. Itā€™s Friday which means its time for the Story Empire Authors to share some of their favorite articles found in and around the web that relate to the craft of writing. And if you havenā€™t read them yet, check out the second of Harmonyā€™s posts on Commas and How to Use Them, Part 2 and my post, Read Your Way to Better Writing.

Do You Have the Title Gene (Working Titles to Final Selection)

A Closer Look at Foreshadowing (Part of the How They Do It Series)

Building an Author Website (The First Step to Publishing)

Recipe for Romance Novel Ragu (Enhancing your Story)

Finding Inspiration for Writing a BestsellerInspriation for Writing a Bestseller (Tips to Overcome Writerā€™s Block)







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Author Media Kit, Part 3ā€”One Sheet and Biography

Authors – get your media kits in top form! (What do you mean you don’t have one? šŸ˜® )

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ONE SHEET AND BIOToday, we continue our discussion of the authorā€™s media kit. If you missed the earlier installments, click the links to catch up.

This post will cover the One Sheet and the Author Biography.

The One Sheet

The one sheet (also known as a sell sheet or pitch sheet) is a professional document that contains all the pertinent information of your book. As you probably guessed by the name, it should be no longer than one page.

This is the first, and possibly only, document someone will read after reading your news release. It should be punchy, carefully crafted and edited, and easily scanned so people can obtain pertinent information quickly.

Parts of a One Sheet (Not necessarily in this orderā€”let design dictate composition)

  • Book cover
  • Book title
  • Purchaseā€¦

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