This guest post was written by Stephen Ullstrom, indexer and proofreader.
Crack open any nonfiction book and flip to the back. Chances are, you’ll find an index there. Although overlooked at times, the index is a useful guide for readers to locate specific concepts and subjects within a book. The author isn’t usually responsible for creating the index—that job lies in the hands of a skilled professional, the indexer—but it’s worthwhile for anyone writing a book to understand how the indexing process works.
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This guest post was written by Lindsay Sealey, author of Growing Strong Girls.
In 2016, I made a big leap: I wrote and published my first book, Growing Strong Girls, a how-to guide for caregivers on connecting with and supporting preteen girls. While it was not an easy process, I came out of it having learned some valuable less... keep reading
This post was written by Lindsay Sealey, author of Growing Strong Girls.
Last year, I set an intention to become a stronger, more resilient person. I committed to taking one risk every day for a year—one act of bravery that would challenge me to grow. Out of these 365 actions, the bravest one was my decision to write a book.
I had wanted to write a book for a long time because I felt strong... keep reading