These days, submission guidelines for agents vary. It is prudent for writers to look closely at each agent’s submission materials and pay close attention to the separate synopsis requested. Some writers want to skip this step and won’t write a synopsis because they don’t consider submitting to agents who want one, aren’t sure they want […]
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If you’ve wondered why an audiobook would be a good investment of your time, money, and energy right now, think about this: Audiobooks are the fastest growing segment of the digital publishing market. Today, 1 out of every 10 books sold is an audiobook. There are more than 100,000 audiobooks published each year. In 2017, […]
The Next Next Bestseller™ Workshop is a safe space that provides you with the dream team to help you prepare and practice your pitch BEFORE you have to talk about it to the professionals and others. Don’t get caught in another conversation about your book or project that you don’t feel ready for. After you […]
This post is by Guest Blogger, David Morrell, NY Times Best-Selling Author The popularity of e-books began in 2009, signaling a permanent change in the publishing world. The traditional paradigm involved gatekeepers, such as agents and editors, who considered submissions and often responded with a note that basically said, “This doesn’t meet our current needs.” […]
As authors and writers, we’re always learning about resources and industry tools that we can use to improve our book project performance and the enjoyment of our writing and marketing experiences. Today let’s talk about the many resources available to help you learn how to write a book. Many people have an idea for a […]
By Jennifer S. Wilkov, Host of the “Your Book Is Your Hook!” Show on WomensRadio, Book Business Consultant & The Literary Agent Matchmaker™ To listen to the show: http://wp.me/p1KmwD-6oX As authors and writers, we’re always learning about resources and industry tools that we can use to improve our book project performance and the enjoyment of our writing […]
Today let’s talk about your author platform and why it needs to include online and offline activities.
Guest Blogger, Ron Hogan, Literary Internet Creator To listen to Ron’s interview on the show: http://wp.me/p1KmwD-6hz When I first got seriously involved with the Internet, back in the ’90s, it was far from the most efficient way to get book recommendations. That’s not to say it was impossible–I used to be fairly active in a Usenet […]