Opyrus Blog for Authors and Writers

Published On Sep 27, 2014

5 Things Every Author Can Learn From Jack Bauer

He's quick with his gun, he withstands torture like no other human alive, and his first motivation is always to his country. Jack Bauer, the main character on Fox's 24, is one of those memorable characters that everyone's got an opinion on. Love...

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Published On Sep 27, 2014

Top Cures for Common Writing Productivity Killers

A self published writer's productive work time is almost always shorter than he'd like. When he does manage to carve out a regular working period from his daily life, distractions and road blocks stick in the way. From removing tempting...

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Published On Oct 27, 2014

John Allison author of Saturday Night at Sarah Joy’s

Welcome to our Author Interview series.

Today we're featuring an interview with John Allison, author of Saturday Night at Sarah Joy’s. Our author interview series provides an opportunity for our readers to get to know our authors on a deeper...

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Published On Sep 27, 2014

10 Mistakes Authors Make that Can Cost them a Fortune (and how to avoid them)

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Published On Sep 27, 2014

When are you finished writing your book???

John F. Harnish, Vice President Author Services

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Published On Sep 27, 2014

Author Profile- Len Renier

When did you first start writing?

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Published On Sep 27, 2014

Editorial Pet Peeves - and how to avoid them in your book

Copyeditors are, as a group, very patient and forgiving readers. We love noticing nitpicky details and fixing subtle errors to help you present your audience the most polished and professional version of your book possible. We could spend all...

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Published On Sep 27, 2014

Book Publishing: Why Make it Great?

V.P. Spoken Books Publishing, Dave Giorgio, January 21, 2011:

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Published On Sep 27, 2014

Writer’s Digest: 9 Must-Follow Manuscript Rules

It’s a new year! Why not start it off right in terms of your manuscript? If you’re like me, your resolution was to complete your manuscript and finally turn it in to a publisher or agent.

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