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I really slept in late this morning. By late, I mean well past 12:00–noon. But then, I was up well past 2:00am finishing two more chapters in my book. Many 2s and wells there. Synchronicity?
Once I am writing “in the zone” it’s difficult to break my concentration and stop…Continue
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Having an edited, ready-for-publication manuscript is paramount when searching for a publisher or an agent. Some vanity publishers—like EMSA Publishing—will provide editing in exchange for a percentage of the royalties. Others will provide you with a list of approved editors and ask you to…Continue
Added by Marla Sherman on June 16, 2015 at 5:00pm — No Comments
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EMSA Publishing is an independent online publisher whose goal it is to facilitate new and…Continue
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I’ve gotten asked by a lot of other authors about any sort of hints or tips of tricks that I could tell them to help them along. If you’ve read my earlier posts, you know that I think that writing is a very personal experience, and therefore the process changes dramatically from person to person. But, at this point, I have gotten asked enough that I finally decided to culminate all of the tips that I have found most helpful.
The following is a list of the top 10 things I believe a…Continue
In writing your screenplay or novel or play, you must have a star. This is the person who fascinates you enough to write all those countless words. When we have a tightly written manuscript, it means we have become fascinated with a certain person in such a way that we actually live through that character.…Continue
Added by Jack Fitzgerald on February 7, 2015 at 3:34pm — No Comments
While planning a blog tour for my YA novel, The Revenant, I was humbled, not only by the number of gracious people willing to help, but at the variety of blogs that are out there. A few in particular stood out for me, about three of them, maintained by a mother and…Continue
Added by Elise Abram on February 5, 2015 at 4:30pm — No Comments
When Brea Cass, a young mother, is awakened in the night by the news that her loving husband, Paul, has been shot during a robbery, she is…Continue
Amelia Picklewiggle is a husband and wife writing team who also write as young adult/middle grade author PA Cadaver. She is the Ambassador for the state of Nevada for Board on Books for Young Readers, a guest Judge for PBS where she was the first author in the history of the KIDS GO contest to…Continue
Let us embark on a journey together. I am pursuing my dream of becoming a famous author. Follow with what I post here on the internet and support my efforts in whatever way suits you, such as buy and read my books, or if you are in Portland Oregon, attend some of my events. In return, I will provide you with novels to entertain, move, stir you up, and inspire you. At the events we will have…Continue
Added by Gary R Moor on September 28, 2014 at 8:00am — No Comments
When it comes to promoting your book, you have to spend money to make money.
How many of you have been told that?
Added by Peter Miller on September 19, 2014 at 12:27pm — No Comments
For some reason I am inspired to share my innermost thought to you listeners on a subject concerning books and publishing, especially when it comes to ebook, self-publications, and trade publishing. You've all heard this phrase before, "you can't judge a book by its cover," but in this new age of self-publishing, we as readers would to have to be open minded to skepticism when we…Continue
Added by Judd Miller on May 30, 2014 at 4:30pm — No Comments
I will show you the six most important…Continue
The relationship between an author and a literary agent is multi-layered and rich. Part muse, part accountant, the agent guides the author through the unknown waters of a writing career, from the sublime to the mundane.
The cornerstone of the relationship is strength in negotiation. Basically, the agent’s commission is 15% and that is 15% of…Continue
Added by Judd Miller on November 14, 2013 at 5:36pm — No Comments
Merle Temple's novel, A Ghostly Shade of Pale, Stirs Interest in Hollywood
Tupelo, Mississippi, native Merle Temple has written his first novel, A Ghostly Shade of Pale. It has garnered warm reviews from readers and Southern Writer's Magazine calls it "suspense-driven and you will not want to put it down..., his personal experiences make it a…Continue
Added by Judd Miller on November 14, 2013 at 3:00am — No Comments
“Murder Most Foul,” available now at:
Here is the link to buy it directly from LULU:…Continue
Added by JoAnne Myers on November 11, 2013 at 5:03pm — No Comments
Having just joined, I wanted to introduce myself.
My name is Kevin Morris and I began writing seriously some twelve months ago.
Thus far, I have published four collections of short stories: 'The First Time', 'Sting in the tail and other stories', 'Samantha', and 'An act of mercy and other stories'.
I blog at www.newauthoronline.com, and I look forward to sharing with you all,
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