Writer's Fun Zone by Beth Barany
Advice on how to get ready to advertise your novel, including evaluating your author brand and doing an audit on your book, from scifi romance author, Keri Kruspe.
Who owns the copyright when you are hired to work for another person or company? It can be complicated, yet you can navigate this intellectual property issue. Let’s discuss the Work for Hire Doctrine with literary and estate lawyer, Kelley Way.
The number one way readers learn about books is word of mouth. In this Internet day and age, that is still true. Yet, book reviews still hold enormous sway over readers, whether they’re browsing...
The most effective way to understand your potential audience is first really understand your book and your purpose in writing it. This applies to both fiction and non-fiction, so fiction writers, no getting out of this!
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.
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.