Category Archives: Publishing

Writers@Work: How I Self-Published My Children’s Book by Elaine Blanchard

September 29, 2015 Note From Rochelle Greetings, writers! My favorite part of my job comes around just twice a month—when I head to the library to teach writing to children as part of my Write Now! Dream Keepers program. Every … Continue reading

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Should You Go #Indie? Questions to Consider By Kelly James-Enger

Dear Writers, Many of you have started your National Novel Writing Month projects! Congrats and good luck! This month and next, as I hunker down to write my novel, I’ve organized a series of wonderful guest posts on indie publishing. … Continue reading

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No One Cares About Your Book by Elizabeth Cole

Writers, Today, I’m thrilled to welcome author Elizabeth Cole to the blog. She’s known for her engaging regency novellas and her smart approach to indie publishing. Today’s she’s talking about something that none of us want to admit: no one … Continue reading

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Define Your Book’s Market

In the past ten years, I have consulted with many authors on their book proposals and book ideas. I have also written and successfully sold several book proposals of my own. In every single case—mine included—the writers needed to improve … Continue reading

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Guest Post: On Submitting Well by Jeanne Lyet Gassman

At writing conferences, I have heard about the friendly world of bloggers, especially those who blog about books and writing. In the past few weeks, I have been spending a lot of time on Twitter, getting to know other writers … Continue reading

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