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While we writers write in isolation—day after day, we show up and produce text—for most of us, this writing has a reading audience in mind.

Whether we are writing for our children and grandchildren or for a whole class of people out in the world, most of us have someone in mind. Ultimately writing is a communication between a writer and his/her readers.

That we are writing for a rading audience implies that we are engaged in a dialog. All dialogs can be enhanced though attention to both the content and to the delivery. Learning how to speak more engagingly to your audience can only benefit your ability to communicate.

These blog posts are one source of learning the craft of becoming a better writer by addressing your reading audience more effectively.

4 Tips to Help You Sell Books Beyond Your Family and Friends

n important step in selling your memoir to a large market beyond the family and your circle of friends is to identify your intended audience early in the process. Your buying audience will affect what you include in your memoir and the manner in which you write it. You will likely include different material in […]

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