iWriterly Video: Managing Wrist Problems as a Writer

Do you have wrist pain or carpal tunnel syndrome that impacts your daily life and keeps you from writing your book? If you aren’t eager to get surgery or injections as a first-line treatment, or if you’re experiencing minor wrist pain and want to be proactive to prevent the condition from worsening, here are some … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Managing Wrist Problems as a Writer

iWriterly Video: My Crazy Writing Process

Meg gives a glimpse into her writing process in this iWriterly video, including coming up with the book idea, outlining, outlining, more outlining, getting to know the characters, as well as her critique partner (CP)/beta reader process. Although everyone has their own unique writing process, you may find pieces of what Meg does works for … Continue reading iWriterly Video: My Crazy Writing Process

New Writing Resources on iWriterly Website: Favorite Writing Tools, Pitch Contest Calendar, & More

Heya, book nerds! We are excited to share iWriterly has added several new writing resources to the iWriterly website. Under the Writing Resources menu bar, you can find the following dropdown items: Craft: Writing & Editing NEW: Favorite Writing Tools  How to Get a Literary Agent Pitch Contest Calendar Querying Insight NEW: Writing Community Terminology … Continue reading New Writing Resources on iWriterly Website: Favorite Writing Tools, Pitch Contest Calendar, & More

Collab with Natalia Leigh: Traditional Publishing vs. Self Publishing | Part 2

iWriterly joins Natalia Leigh, indie author of HIGH BORN and WAY OF SPEARS, for the second video in a two-part collab on self vs. traditional publishing. In this video, Natalia asks Meg LaTorre questions about the traditional publishing process: things to avoid doing when seeking literary representation, helpful writing resources, author platform, and more.   … Continue reading Collab with Natalia Leigh: Traditional Publishing vs. Self Publishing | Part 2

iWriterly Video: Self vs. Traditional Publishing: Part 1 | Collab with Natalia Leigh

Learn some of the reasons that go into deciding if you should self-publish (vs. traditionally-publish), where self-published authors can cut if they're on a tight budget, what aspects you shouldn't skimp on, why beta readers/critique partners are crucial, author platform, and more in this special collaboration with Natalia Leigh, indie author of HIGH BORN and … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Self vs. Traditional Publishing: Part 1 | Collab with Natalia Leigh