Promoting your novel doesn’t have to be a soulless affair. This debut author hit the best-seller list with gratitude, generosity, and plenty of engagement.
“A big-city cop moves to a small coastal town…” Developing a carefully structured premise can arm you with a strong story and a solid pitch line. It’s something agents can sink their “jaws” into.
Five essential questions to ask before you co-author a book.
Congratulations, you wrote a book! Now what?
Six editors share what they’re looking for, what they’re publishing, and what authors should know about the industry.
How to advocate for your cover design – without infuriating everyone in the process.
Learning to receive criticism is an important step on your writer’s journey.
Tips for creating and publishing your own anthology.
Manuscripts that skip hardcover and go straight to paperback are becoming more and more popular. Does this help or hurt book sales?
Should getting published always be the ultimate goal?