iWriterly Video: How a Literary Agent or Editor Knows Your Book Isn’t Ready for Publication (YET)

IS YOUR BOOK READY TO PUBLISH OR QUERY? Have you written a manuscript, but you’re not sure if it’s ready for the query trenches? Or maybe you have queried literary agents and you have yet to receive a partial or full request on your manuscript. Or have you self-published a novel and aren’t getting the … Continue reading iWriterly Video: How a Literary Agent or Editor Knows Your Book Isn’t Ready for Publication (YET)

NEW RevPit Contest for NaNoWriMo: Meg LaTorre Joins as Team Editor for Adult Fantasy + Two Live Events on iWriterly

The Revise and Resub team hosts a month-long NaNoWriMo contest led by editor teams. Heya, book nerds! I'm excited to share I'll be participating as a team editor for adult fantasy in the month of November (2018) in Revise and Resub's (#RevPit's) NaNoWriMo-themed contest!   About the Contest Over the course of November, NaNoWriMo writing … Continue reading NEW RevPit Contest for NaNoWriMo: Meg LaTorre Joins as Team Editor for Adult Fantasy + Two Live Events on iWriterly

Guest Interview: Meg LaTorre Joins the Blog A New Look on Books For a Q&A

Meg LaTorre participates in an interview on the blog, A New Look on Books, answering questions about the origin of iWriterly, how she balanced her various roles/careers, how she got into AuthorTube, how Query Hack was started, how to manage a steep workload, and more. Some of the questions she answers are: What is the … Continue reading Guest Interview: Meg LaTorre Joins the Blog A New Look on Books For a Q&A

YouTube Collab with Brittany Wang: How to Master Twitter for Authors

Meg LaTorre of iWriterly joins Brittany Wang on her YouTube channel for the second part of their YouTube collaboration on how to use Twitter as writers/authors. In the first video, Meg asked Brittany questions about Instagram and how published and aspiring authors can use it effectively. In this second video, Meg answers questions about how … Continue reading YouTube Collab with Brittany Wang: How to Master Twitter for Authors

Reading Review Wars: Guest Judge of Jenna Moreci’s The Savior’s Champion

In August 2018, Meg joined Reading Review Wars as a guest judge for Jenna Moreci’s The Savior’s Champion. At Reading Review Wars, there are two reviewers for a book (him and her) who each rank plot, characters, and world building and provide an argument for that numbered rating. The judge (Meg) selects a winner in each category, … Continue reading Reading Review Wars: Guest Judge of Jenna Moreci’s The Savior’s Champion