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 Who was the first woman to publish a fiction book?

Answer The first known published piece of fiction by a woman was "The Tale of Genji" by Japanese author Murasaki Shikibu. The work is also considered to be the first novel ever written and was published i... Read More »
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How to Publish a Book?

If you are a new author, publishing a book can be a daunting and sometimes confusing process. But with the right knowledge, publishing a book is not impossible.
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At what age can you publish a book?

Many publishing companies to do not have an age requirement when publishing a book. However, some do such as Publish America. Because you are entering a contract with them, you must be 18 or older.... Read More »
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How to Self Publish a Book?

Self publishing a book is popular for many reasons. Securing a traditional publishing contract may not work for you—they're hard to get, and you give up a lot of rights when you finally do get on... Read More »
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Who was the first woman to receive a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction?

Author Edith Wharton became the first woman to receive a Pulitzer Prize for a Novel (the category name was changed to "Fiction" in 1948) in 1921 for her classic work, The Age of Innocence.
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