iWriterly Video: Why You Should Treat Your Passion Like a Job

Do you aspire to make writing your full-time occupation? Learn the eight ways you should treat your passion like a job to make that dream a reality in this iWriterly video. If you aren't looking to make writing a full-time career, this video can teach you how to improve your creative productivity and online presence … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Why You Should Treat Your Passion Like a Job

iWriterly Video: How to Deal with Rejection as a Writer

If you’re a writer trying to get your work published, you’re likely all too familiar with the feeling of rejection—from literary agents, editors, contest hosts, or literary magazines. If your work is published, then you may be used to receiving a rejection in the form of bad reviews from readers. Regardless of your publishing status, … Continue reading iWriterly Video: How to Deal with Rejection as a Writer

Savvy Authors Blog: How to Deal with Rejection as a Writer

If you’re a writer trying to get your work published, you’re likely all too familiar with the feeling of rejection—from literary agents, editors, contest hosts, or literary magazines. If your work is published, then you may be used to receiving rejection in the form of bad reviews from readers. Regardless of your publishing status, all … Continue reading Savvy Authors Blog: How to Deal with Rejection as a Writer

iWriterly Video: Literary Agent Interview: Kaitlyn Johnson | When to Query & the Realities of Submission

Literary agent Kaitlyn Johnson of the Corvisiero Literary Agency answers our questions on: An overview of what a typical day looks like as a literary agent What an editorial agent is How many clients are agents acquiring each year and how it differs between established and up-and-coming agents who are looking to build their lists … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Literary Agent Interview: Kaitlyn Johnson | When to Query & the Realities of Submission

When Writers Shouldn’t Work with a Freelance Developmental Editor

Heya, book nerds! Meg here.  As you may have heard on social media and in my iWriterly episode titled, Summer 2018 Writerly Goals, I'll be reopening my freelance editorial services on July 30, 2018. I had previously closed full manuscript edits, specifically, due to being at maximum capacity. Freelance editing is something I do on … Continue reading When Writers Shouldn’t Work with a Freelance Developmental Editor