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by TeamEpicReads I think we can all agree that reading is a joyous time for us all and we’ve all got enough experience under our belts to basically be considered professionals. However, that doesn’t mean that bad habits don’t form over time. Bad reading habits, we all have them! Some are a bit more… eclectic...

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Contrary to the popular generic notion of the early hours of the day being the best time to read a book, it has been discovered that reading time has a lot to do with personal choices and discretion. So, if you are a busy person and you are wondering where you would find the time...

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You are probably going through a hard time finding the best books for your children. Here are 9 carefully selected books to inspire and keep your children informed. Ish, by Peter Reynolds. If you are looking to teach your children not to get stuck to a single way of doing a particular thing, then Ish...

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Writing for children is quite different from other styles of writing. Some people might even argue it is harder to write for children than it is to write for adults. Writers tend to put themselves in the minds of their readers, but how do you put yourself in the mind of a child? It is...

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The best way to become a better writer is to write consistently; but another effective way is to read. Thus, below are 10 recommended books you can read if you want to become a better writer. Steering the Craftby Ursula K. LeGuin The Writer’s Journey by Christopher Vogler The Creative Tarotby Jessica Crispin 4.    Write. Publish. Repeat. by Sean...

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by Alex Fullerton It’s common to think how easy it must be to write children’s books, dreaming of a shiny pile of colourful book covers, hoping that your children’s book is the one that parents roll their eyes at because their children ask for it again and again and again! Well, the bad news is...

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Today’s CEOs do it all. They run companies, found charities, start families, run marathons, and, more than likely, publish books. Have you ever wondered how they manage to spend hundreds of hours writing and revising while also conquering the universe? Many of them engage ghostwriters. With the help of a ghostwriter, becoming a published author...

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The best way to become a better writer is to write consistently; but another effective way is to read. Thus, below are 10 recommended books you can read if you want to become a better writer. Steering the Craftby Ursula K. LeGuin The Writer’s Journey by Christopher Vogler The Creative Tarotby Jessica Crispin 4.    Write. Publish. Repeat. by Sean...

You may have an inspiring life experience, which others can learn from; so, why not put all of those into writing?   Perhaps, you might say you do not have any interesting story to tell about yourself that demands writing an autobiography. That is hardly the case. Truth is, you are more interesting than you...

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One of the reasons we became interior designers in the first place was because we love collecting and then putting it all together. But when you’re designing your own house, the hardest thing is to finish it, as you’re always adding your next favourite thing, and finally there’s no space left.
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