Are you worthy of the trust of your readers?

Are you worthy of the trust of your readers?

Right now the number of books available to a reader is immense.

Through libraries and bookstores, both physical and online, every reader can access almost every book that has ever been written.

So, today more than ever, the reader by starting to read our novel takes an act of trust.

And the question every author should ask is: am I worthy of the trust of my readers?

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Still procrastinating? Set your goals and finish your novel!

Still procrastinating? Set your goals and finish your novel!

So you are writing your dream novel.

You started time ago and you don’t know when you’ll finish.

Maybe, you write only when you are inspired and when you find the perfect conditions to do it: no issues or concerns at work, no Netflix series to finish, no plans for the weekend.

Or maybe, you struggling on a single word or a sentence, and you don’t move on until you craft the perfect solution.

You think you are growing your novel little by little.

No. You’re procrastinating.

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Best practices for securely managing bibisco projects

Best practices for securely managing bibisco projects

What are the best practices for securely managing bibisco projects?

This is one of the questions that bibisco users ask me most, so in this post, we will analyze how bibisco stores projects and the safest way to manage them.

Let’s start from the beginning: bibisco is a desktop application, just like Microsoft Word or LibreOffice, and it stores all the data on your computer.

Therefore, there are no copies of your work on the web: neither at bibisco.com nor at Gumroad, the e-commerce platform that distributes bibisco.

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