Novel Writing: Words to Avoid

Words to Avoid like the Plague! As a writer, there are so many words that I’ve been told to avoid, it’s no wonder that I can get any writing done without pausing mid-flow to ask myself: is this on the list of words to avoid? And then there’s the nagging ‘habitual word usage’, whereby you…

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The Liberal Party 1906 -1914: A Great Problem Solving Force

The Liberal Party 1906 – 1914 Before 1906, the Liberal Party was made up of an uneasy coalition of Whigs and Radicals. It was never a Party in the greater sense of the word. Its underlying basis was a commitment to free trade and economic capitalisation. The Party lacked unity due to differing reform and…

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Book Promotion Websites and Free Giveaways

Book Promotion Websites There are plenty of book promotion websites on which you can advertise your free eBook and Kindle countdown deal. Some of these will amass no sales or downloads at all, some will only make a dent, others will make you a sizeable profit. The majority of promotional websites will ask you to…

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Self-Publishing (Marketing Your Book on Amazon)

About Marketing your Book on Amazon Writers often ask what are the best methods for marketing your book on Amazon? Some self-published authors have phenomenal success with book marketing while others yield few results. There are two reasons why you need to market your book on Amazon: to drive books sales and to build your…

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Human Relations Approach (Systems Analyst and Design)

The Human Relations Approach has to have an element of soft systems thinking embedded within it because it involves human activity. What is the Human Relations Approach to Management? The Human Relations Approach to management which developed from the famous Hawthorne experiments follows that people within organisations are not purely financially motivated, and that there…

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Triangulation in Qualitative Research

Triangulation in Qualitative Research Triangulation is where two or more research methods, or two researchers, use qualitative methods, or quantitative methods, to prove that you will come to the same conclusion when conducting the same study. It is normal for sociologists not to adhere to a single method when conducting a study in order to…

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James Patterson Masterclass Review

James Patterson Masterclass Review Curious to discover what I was doing wrong or what I could do to improve my writing, I decided to embark on the James Patterson Masterclass. I’m not going to give away the content of the lessons because it wouldn’t be fair for those who paid up – like myself. The…

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