Are You a Serious Self-Publisher?

The following information comes from a May 24, 2012, blog post by Catherine Ryan Howard, and is based on Not a Gold Rush, the Taleist Self-Publishing Survey, Steven Lewis (of Taleist) and Dave Cornford. The survey was conducted in February 2012, and polled more than 1,000 self-publishers. Share This:

Adding Syllables to Words Does Not Add Meaning

Created Words Without Meaning People use several “enhanced” words to make themselves sound more intellectual. However, the reverse, sadly, is more likely. One of the most common is preventative (which, by the way, the Microsoft Word® spell checker allows). The correct word is preventive. However, not only does one hear this word spoken, but it

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