We survived one of the strangest years in humankind’s recent history. Who knew on January 1 of last year everything we took for granted would be turned upside down? Let’s glance back, then look forward into 2021 from one novelist’s perspective.
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Top blog posts in 2020 on literary law by estate planning lawyer, Kelley Way.
Many people place an incredible amount of importance on New Year’s Eve / New Year’s Day. Yet this time of year is a good opportunity to assess and reflect on life and to get clear about your creative and writing goals.
Nevada McPherson discovers she’s writing the noir as she explores what kind of novel she’s written and prepares to submit her new book to agents.
A compilation of 15 tips to marketing your novel in the time of COVID from Keri Kruspe who has published five books in the last two years. Even in these challenging times, we can find ways to reach readers.
Literary lawyer and writer Kelley Way answers three common objections to a trademark application.
Discover your authentic promotion style with a unique process. When you know yourself, you have a better time describing your book, and then will find it easier to identify and reach out to the exact right audience for your book.
Four common issues will force the air out of your manuscript faster than a needle can pop a balloon. Find out how to fix these issues and repair the sagging middle of your story.
Author Nevada McPherson inspires with her call to be dedicated writers in this confusing never-before-lived age we are in right now.
Doing less to do more is key to harnessing winter magic and the tremendous amount of power that the darker months, the time before and after the Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere.