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.” […]
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 […]
Guest blogger Dorothy “The Organizer” Breininger shares tips for organizing your writing efforts
Guest Blogger, Patti Davis, Author To listen to Patti’s interview on the show: http://bit.ly/Zc4lk7 One thing that every writer longs for is a chance to put their work out into the world. For too long, the only way to accomplish this was to try and get a literary agent (which can include groveling, begging, and […]
Guest Blogger, Kristen Weber, Freelance Editor and Co-Founder of Shelf Pleasure To listen to Kristen’s interview on the show: http://wp.me/p1KmwD-69n We all know this scenario, we’re completely absorbed in a great book, we rush through it to find out the ending…and then what? So begins the search for our next read. It’s a problem even […]
As a wife, mother, author, blogger, and volunteer, it was crucial for me to find a publisher who would balance the chaos in a simple, flexible package. CreateSpace provided an easy-to-navigate dashboard with an a la carte menu for editing, formatting, designing, distributing, and marketing my work.