Author's Paradize
A collection of book reviews, releases and stories of authors and great books.
Why is it so Hard to Resist a Good Thriller?
Thrillers are officially one of the world's most popular fiction genres and they come in second in terms of sales behind romance and erotic fiction. Indeed, many of the world's stop crime/thriller authors have become household names. Think Agatha Christie, David Baldacci, Gillian Flynn, Stephen King, or Harlan Coben. There is something about thrillers that makes it impossible to stop turning pages. Truly well-constructed stories draw their readers in and engage their...
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17th January 2022
Most Inspirational Books for Beginning Writers
Writing, even though it seems easy, it comes with challenges. To improve your writing, you need to write and this is what every writer knows about the whole process. It takes time, effort, and dedication, but writing consistently is proven to improve your style, tone, way of exposing your ideas and thoughts in a catchy way, and so on. However, even though practice makes it perfect, you can gather more inspiration...
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5th November 2021
The 9 Most Effective Ways (No One Talks About) To Find An Editor For Your Book
The rise of the self-publication industry has revolutionized the publishing industry. The publication of your book has never been this easy. Finding an editor, though, can still be a challenge. Here's a set of tips. Read ON!
This decade looks like the most opportune time to be an author. In the past, with the existence of only traditional publishing, only a handful could fulfill their dream of becoming an author. The rise of the self-publication industry has revolutionized the publishing industry. The publication of your book has never been this easy. Statistics confirm the rising trend of self-publishing, and it doesn’t look to be slowing down. According...
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27th July 2021
10 Helpful Tips For Finding the Right Editor For Your Book
Editing is the process that bridges the gap between the current quality of your manuscript and what you envision your readers to get their hands on. It is the most pivotal aspect in the process of book publication. If you are an author, have completed your manuscript, the next step in the process is editing. An editor polishes and fine-tunes your book so that your readers get the best version. If...
Kunal Jain
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24th July 2021
Top 9 Self-Publishing Platforms To Publish Your eBooks
EBooks are gaining popularity worldwide. The busy lifestyles, higher travel time, etc., have made it difficult to catch up with the printed books they are reading as often they would have liked. Carrying them along to all the places you travel to causes a bit of a hassle. Hence, EBooks or digital versions of the books have made a space for themselves in our lives. EBooks make it easy for...
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3rd June 2021
10 Books That Are A Must-Read To Improve Your Writing Skill
 “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” ~ Maya Angelou Writing is an incredible form of expression. But “Why do you write?”- When this question was asked by Mr. Ahmad Sami (a writer himself and who tweets on the things related to writing) through a tweet, the thread received many interesting answers from the Authors. The answers include: - For the love of Writing - Writing heals them - For...
Kunal Jain
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26th May 2021
DEMOCRACY: A User's Guide by Joss Sheldon
What inspired you to write this book? I explain that in the introduction of "DEMOCRACY: A User's Guide". Here is what I say... "My previous book, “Individutopia”, tackled one of the subjects we will discuss in Part Four: The corporatocracy. In Individutopia, the main character seeks to free herself from corporate control; going in search of the sort of earthy, small-scale democracies we shall meet in Chapter One. Individutopia was well...
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8th November 2020
Falling Pomegranate Seeds: The Duty of Daughters by Wendy J Dunn
1. What inspired you to write this book?The same thing that inspired all my novels! I am passionate about shining a light on the female standpoint in history.2. The earliest incidents you recall from your life where you first felt you had a writer in you?My earliest incident of knowing I was meant to write was the morning when I was sent by my teacher to the headteacher of the...
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23rd July 2020
Breaking All The Rules: Rachael Richey
What inspired you to write this book?I had been wanting to try my hand at a romantic comedy, my daughter was getting married at the time, and it gave me a couple of ideas to explore regarding the lead up to a wedding. None of the events in the book happened to my daughter, I hasten to add!Breaking All The Rules was the result.The earliest incidents you recall from your...
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23rd July 2020
Seeking Love: A Sweet & Sensual Small Town Romance [Misty Springs Book 1] by Devika Fernando
What inspired you to write this book?I've lived in quite a few small towns and wanted to write a romance series set in a fictional small town in America.The earliest incidents you recall from your life where you first felt you had a writer in you?I've always loved books and writing came as naturally to me as reading. I wrote my first (very) short story when I was seven years...
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23rd July 2020