Storytelling and Publishing in a developing environment – #fridaymotivation

Storytelling and Publishing in a developing environment - #fridaymotivation

“A special effect without a story is a pretty boring thing.”

George Lucas

The storytelling and publishing market is developing rapidly in the shadow of digitization. Ebooks, audiobooks to interactive books, and all the new distribution- and business models that follow with it. However, remember, like once upon a time, the power of the story is the driving force that selects the empowering and engaging success from a boring showdown.

As books are an active media format. The new opportunities with the toolbox of interactive books have great prospects of making a great story even more empowering. If You want to know more about interactive books click here, learn more about our PublishingLab here and On Demand-services here.

 

Rearranging the Laws of Perspective – #FridayMotivation

“Writing has laws of perspective, of light and shade just as painting does, or music. If you are born knowing them, fine. If not, learn them. Then rearrange the rules to suit yourself.”

Truman Capote

Finding that unique perspective will write your story. The explorative journey of finding and adapt it to your own prerequisites is a vital part of the writing challenge.  Happy Summer Writing!

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Writing mood and exploration – #FridayMotivation

Writing mood and exploration - #FridayMotivation

“And the idea of just wandering off to a café with a notebook and writing and seeing where that takes me for a while is just bliss.”

J. K. Rowling

So let’s follow J.K. Rowlings words, and get Your story going. By getting in the right mood for exploring and find a place where you have not been before.


Learn more about our interactive book services

Learn more about our interactive book services

Best practice to improve Your writing skills – #MondayMotivation

Best practice to improve Your writing skills - #MondayMotivation

“A good writer should be able to write comedic work that made you laugh, and scary stuff that made you scared, and fantasy or science fiction that imbued you with a sense of wonder, and mainstream journalism that gave you clear and concise information in a way that you wanted it.”

Neil Gaiman

Best practice to become a great writer, train by writing different kinds of texts. You’ll never know when you stumble on Your special voice and field. In addition, you’ll be improving your general writing skills.