Are you one of those people who makes New Year’s Resolutions? Are you determined to keep them this year? Here’s a few suggestions in case you haven’t come up with any of your own: Get published Finish that book Join a writer’s group Submit a short story to a contest Write an article for a […]
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Welcome to the exciting world of publishing. If your goal is to see your book on the shelves of bookstores and libraries and for sale by major online bookstores, you have a few important steps to complete. Preparing your manuscript is one of those vital steps. You want to make the best possible impression when […]
Writing is an admirable goal. If it’s your dream to write, you can expect to spend many hours in a room by yourself, composing, revising, proofreading—and throwing drafts away. Is it worth isolating yourself? If you had envisioned a dream of book tours with fans lining up to ask you to sign their books after […]
Suspension can be a good thing. Or it can be a bad thing. I’m sure the kayakers pictured would have to agree it’s a bad thing. A very bad thing. All their well-laid plans for an invigorating cruise down a scenic river have ground to a halt. How will they deal with this unexpected challenge? […]
Getting started as a writer–as in any new venture–presents a monumental number of choices. If you’re like most beginning authors, you’ve already begun to research what’s required for your new undertaking. And, like those who have gone before you, you’re probably feeling a bit overwhelmed.