Journalist and author Megan Willome has two tips for great interviews. (Make that three tips.)
“I will write about feeling the pressure of cabbage, as a way to discuss writer’s block. It will be poetic and meandering. I’m thinking you’ll like it.” Join us for this exploration of whether (and how) you should write an article query.
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When you plan for your book release, don’t overlook libraries in your book marketing plan. Working with libraries can be fun, fulfilling, and financially surprising.
How can you use college to someday become a great editor? (If you’re already out of college, these tips will still apply.)
Working from home has its perks, but can also have its downside, like professional loneliness. Charity Singleton Craig—and Hemingway—have thoughts on that.
Authors and bloggers, now you can get the most delicious, lasting, beautiful promotion opportunity. And a chance to hang out with Mark Twain and Amy Tan.
Dena Dyer explores lessons she learned about how to become a better writer through her work in the theater.
You know you need to build an author platform. Where should you begin? (Or end.)
Why do you need an author platform? Maybe you want to get an agent, sell a book proposal, or promote a book—self-published or with a traditional publisher.
Finding and working with a publicist is made simple with these tips from publishing expert Jane Friedman.
Karen Swallow Prior, recently published author of Booked: Literature in the Soul of Me, shares her tips for hosting a successful book launch.