Dual Use of Fiction Meta-Content Part 1

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Good morning Story Empire readers, P.H. Solomon here with you today with a few questions, and maybe a few answers, about your content development. Do you struggle with developing marketing content for your fiction? Have you spent copious amounts of time creating your book? If you’re answers are yes, then read on for a some insight regarding your fiction writing and marketing.

As authors we spend quite a lot of time with development of our content whether it be non-fiction or fiction. For the moment, let’s stick with fiction for this discussion. We spend a lot of time on characters, plot, settings, world-building and much more. As a consequence, we develop a lot of content and this generation of words can be as long or longer than the book we create.

It’s said that Tolkien wrote perhaps several hundred thousand words of development content about Middle-earth. I have little doubt…

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