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2 Writing Tips to Show Your Non-Fiction Readers That You Understand Them

Synopsis Here are two fundamental and powerful non-fiction writing techniques that will truly show your reading audience that you understand them and their issues. These two writing techniques, along with a hefty dose of sincerity, honesty, and respect for yourself, … Continue reading

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Authors: If You Learn How To “Walk In Your Readers’ Shoes,” You WILL Sell More Books! (Infographic)

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Successful Non-Fiction Authors Don’t Confuse “Empathy” With “Sympathy”

Synopsis Even though empathy and sympathy both involve your “feelings” about your readers, they refer to two distinctly different emotions. As an author, and book marketer, (and as an emotionally mature adult that is trying to help people) you must … Continue reading

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