The Number One Tip for Getting Started as a Fiction Writer

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Yawatta Hosby

Founder & Owner of: Hobby Freelances

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Writing Writer


Life is about creating memories. Don’t you agree?

Authors have the gift of capturing moments on the page. A great book has the reader forget that they’re reading. They get lost in the pages and follow the character’s journey as though they are in that fictional world.

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Challenge Yourself with These 5 Books

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Austin Wiggins

Founder & Owner of: Writing by Ender

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Books, Writing Writer and Author of Bonds that Bind 


The self has to be challenged to grow. You need to have perspectives that are different than yours to reach a higher version of self. Literature has often met those demands and has inspired growth in people since its invention. This is why self-help books are wildly popular. This curated list offers three novels and two non-fiction books to challenge your perspective and to foster your personal growth.

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How to Guide for Reading and Loving Victorian-Era Novels!

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Harsh Prabha Singh

Founder & Owner of: Serendipity and Soliloquy

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Family & Life and Healthy Living Writer


“Surely, by ‘Victorian Novels’ you don’t mean those big-fat, age-old decrepit weighty tomes people call Classic?” Er. Yes, I do, but I also mean those intellectually fulfilling creations of art, the legacy of great minds who lived long before our time.

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Misinformation

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Elle Fiedacan

Founder & Owner of: jOURney

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Family & Life and Successful Living Writer


It was a long time ago when people looked for Public Libraries and not Computer Shops to search on what they want to know in this world especially students who are now being modernized by the developments of our technologies. When students have assignments to do, they have to go to their school libraries to search for the answers but now they can wait till night and go to computer shops and once they were fitted in just one click they can search from the Google the answers to it. Lucky are those who have their own computers and laptops at home or at least cell phones which can work on data or WiFi, no need to walk from home because they can get what they need.

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5 Ways to Write a Book

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member: Kalin W.

Founder & Owner of: KDS

Millionaire’s Digest Staff Team, Author and Writing Writer


Ever wanted to write a book but just didn’t know where to begin? If you love writing stories, nonfiction or fiction, there are signs that you could be the next bestselling author if you decide to write a book. The question is always the word “how” because some people can pull it off easily or some take months perhaps years to complete one. Here are five tips on how to write a book if you are up for the big challenge to becoming an author.

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What I’ve Learned from Reading The Cosmic Serpent

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: David Liebowitz

Founder & Owner of: Frequency of the Unknown

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Travel and Writing Writer


Over two months ago, I decided to trade some of my old books from school for some new material. Walking down the aisle all the books seemed to be the same, but then one particular cover struck me; A double helix and snake side by side with the words “The Cosmic Serpent: DNA and the Origins of Knowledge” as its title, I knew I found my next book.

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10 Reasons that Will Encourage You to Read

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Pradeep Shrivastava

Founder & Owner of: Pradeep Shrivastava

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Blogging, Books, Entertainment, Family & Life, Successful Living Writer and Writing Writer


Reading has many benefits; here are 10 reasons which should encourage you to read.

1. Vocabulary: When you read an article or a book you may come across a new word(s) or a different usage of a word you are already familiar with.

2. Creativity: Unlike a TV serial or a movie, reading will make you think.

3. Pleasure: A good book or article is as enjoyable as a game of baseball.

4. History: Other than history books we can also learn historical facts by reading biography/autobiography or by reading books or novels set in a particular period or era.

5. News and Information: Magazines and newspapers not only keep us updated about the current events but about family, living, food, trends, etc.

6. Empathy: This is especially true for readers of literary fiction. The reason being, the incompleteness of the characters turn readers into writers.

7. Reduces stress: A good entertaining novel can also reduce a lot of stress.

8. Fighting Alzheimer’s: A study showed that elderly people who regularly read or play mentally challenging games are 2 ½ times less likely to have the debilitating illness.

9. Life goals: Reading about someone who overcame obstacles may motivate you to meet your own goals.

10. Reading can save your cash: Reading is always cheaper than splurging your money at a pub or watching a movie at a cinema hall.


Article Credits: Pradeep Shrivastava

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

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The Key to Being an Amazing Reader

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member: Precious Kc George

Founder & Owner of: Think Digest

Millionaire’s Digest Staff Team, Author, Successful Living Writer


“Today a reader, tomorrow a leader” W. Fussellman

Just as the body needs to be bathed in order for it not stink, our mind constantly needs to be fed on books in order for us to grow and improve.

Have you met people that are just the way they were even after they had read quality life-changing books?
They still have the same alibis, opportunities and problems. It just seems as though nothing had change. They are like a rocking chair that’s set in motion but stationary.

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Can’t Get Your Book to Sell…? Step 1 to Selling Your Book: Do Not Pretend It’s “Free.”

Let’s be honest, selling books is hard these days. The stats tell us that the average self-published author will sell fewer than 250 books, and the average published author will sell fewer than 2,000 books. Books are now more cost-effective and easier to access, which has created a wealth of competition. Estimates tell us that one million books are published every year.

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How to Actually Enjoy Classical Music

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Aubrey Leaman

Founder & Owner of: If Mermaids Wore Suspenders

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Books and Writing Writer


Classical music can be pretty boring.  Why would you choose to listen to something that long and that abstract? Lots of people try to figure out how to “understand” the music, but understanding is definitely not always the same as enjoying.

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15 Quick Books Recommended for Children

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member: Amber M.

Founder & Owner of: A Not So Jaded Life

Millionaire’s Digest Staff Team, Author, Successful Living and Writing Writer


  • The Adventures of Isabel by Ogden Nash
  • A Book of Nonsense by Edward Lear
  • Brats by X. J. Kennedy
  • The Dream Keeper and Other Poems by Langston Hughes
  • Insectlopedia by Douglas Florian
  • Joyful Noise by Paul Fleischman
  • Love That Dog by Sharon Creech
  • My Life, My Love, My Lasagne by Steven Herrick
  • Neighborhood Odes by Gary Soto
  • The Paper Doorway by Dean Koontz
  • Polkabats and Octopus Slacks by Calef Brown
  • Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes by Roald Dahl
  • Something Big Has Been Here by Jack Prelutsky
  • Street Rhymes Around the World by Jane Yolen
  • Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverste

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Top Tip for Authors on Twitter

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Freya Pickard

Founder & Owner of: Dragonscale Clippings

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Art, Beauty, Books, Food & Drink, Health & Fitness, Home & Gardening, Stories and Writing Writer


If you’re an author of one or many books, you should be using Twitter to help sell them!

OK, you still need to be promoting your books through the promotion sites, but this little tip will enable you to sell a few more books and gain more readers. Why? Because most people LIKE the personal touch. Continue reading “Top Tip for Authors on Twitter”

Learning from Titans: High Overview of Tim Ferriss’ New Book and Why You Should Read It

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Aman Mittal

Founder & Owner of: Confessions of a Readaholic

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Books, Successful Living and Technology Writer


I introduced myself to Tim Ferriss last year when I randomly found a post on his blog in which he had interviewed Maria Popova. Actually, I was searching for Brain Picking’s Maria Popova’s interviews as she is such an inspiring blogging personality, the way she curates the content for every post is amazing and seems an example of a creative process, just right out of her imagination.

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