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Entries for December 2011

Thursday, December 29, 2011
"Five Steps to Writing Well and Getting Published" by New World Library Publisher, Marc Allen
By Samy AbulEla

I read an article by Gary Provost a while ago where he outlined the steps for writers to take to get published. I thought it was brilliant, and adapted the words a bit. If you follow through on each of these steps, you WILL eventually have a published or self-published book!

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Marc Allen
Friday, December 16, 2011
"How to Maintain Your Power throughout the Holidays" by guest blogger Amy Ahlers
By Samy AbulEla

It’s that time of year again. The holiday season is upon us. Which means most of us, for better or for worse, will be with our families. Being with family — though familiar — can inspire a sense of dread. As we approach Grandma’s house (or Aunt Jude’s, Dad and Mom’s, our brother Ted’s, etc.), we roll our eyes and prepare to be treated the same way we were treated when we were the adorable five-year-old or the rebellious sixteen-year-old. Rarely do we experience a full and welcoming embrace of our present-day selves; instead, we are constantly shadowed by the memory, stories, and expectations of who we once were, sometimes in stark contrast to who we’ve become or would have liked to become.

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personal growth
Thursday, December 08, 2011
What Kinds of Books Does New World Library Publish?
By Samy AbulEla

Would-be authors and agents regularly ask New World Library’s editorial department what kinds of books we are looking for. Marc Allen answers that question in this short YouTube video.

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Marc Allen
Thursday, December 01, 2011
"Glad During the Holidays — No Matter What!" by guest blogger SARK
By Samy AbulEla

The holidays are full of pressures to be glad even if you don’t feel that way. People talk about “holiday cheer,” “finding the silver lining,” and “looking on the bright side,” all of which are fine when we feel those things but can actually add to feelings of loneliness and depression when we don’t. There is also a certain kind of “holiday tyranny” in which we are encouraged to hide how we’re actually feeling, for the “sake of the holidays.”

We are meant to feel what we feel when we feel it, then let it go. Most people don’t know how they’re feeling or that it’s okay to feel it. We are not taught how to have or hold multiple feelings simultaneously, so many people choose one and cling to it. That one feeling might be described as happy or sad, but it’s not a true reflection of our complexities as humans, and results in our feelings not flowing. Instead they get stuck or other feelings are left untended.

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