Six authors share their best tips for selling a book to an agent, an editor or readers.
Conferences are some of the best places to meet literary agents. But what should you do when you meet one?
In a world of social media and digital “platform,”
do you still need an author’s website?
As founder and president of Serendipity, a boutique literary agency, Regina Brooks dedicates her skills and years of experience to helping a diverse client base get their work published.
A publicity professional offers tips for securing publication.
Knowing what editors are looking for can increase your chances of getting your stories published.
Today, a six-figure income – or at least a full-time writing career – is actually a possibility for independent authors.
Armed with an eye for innovation, a crew of entrepreneurs is on the path to keeping stories central to a new publishing world.
How much education does a writer need to know before getting that first book published and on the shelves?
Reroute rejection for a positive outcome.