Querying an agent can be a mysterious process. Here are four questions to ask yourself before you query an agent to be sure you’re 100% prepared.
We explain what entails working effectively with your book designer to create the best looking book for your special project.
Copyrighting your manuscript and obtaining an ISBN for publishing are important decisions every independent author would do well to understand in order to make the best decision for themselves.
Getting published is hard enough, but in addition, there are plenty of publishing scams that would love to drain your money and squander your hard work. Thao Nguyen tells us how to spot these scams.
Halloween is on its way; time to get out Boney, our life-size skeleton decoration. He’s been around for several years now. His skull fell off his neck, but we repaired him and now he’s sitting in a fold-out chair on our porch, waving at passers-by, his skeleton hand high in the air.
Today we welcome a new guest writer to Writer’s Fun Zone, Jack Thompson who is stopping by to chat with us today about “If You Build a List, The Sales Will Come.” Enjoy!
I’m a great believer in accountability. In my role as a coach, I spend a lot of time encouraging clients to be committed to their future. In doing so, it is vital that they appreciate that there is no one coming to their rescue (except me, perhaps – more of that later*.)