Writers Helping Writers Blog: How Should You Publish Your Book?

Traditional, Self, Indie, Vanity, & Hybrid Publishing Do you aspire to write a book and be an author one day? If so, you are not alone. According to Joseph Epstein, author, essayist, short-story writer, and editor, “81 percent of Americans feel that they have a book in them.” However, not every single person with the … Continue reading Writers Helping Writers Blog: How Should You Publish Your Book?

Publishable: Episode 1 | Traditional vs. Self-Publishing: Which is Best For You?

How do you decide which publishing path is best for you, traditional or self-publishing? In this Publishable episode, we will discuss: The misconceptions of traditional and self-publishing Reasons writers might elect to either traditionally- or self-publish The pros and cons of traditional/self-publishing For self-publishing, what authors must oversee in the publication of their book For … Continue reading Publishable: Episode 1 | Traditional vs. Self-Publishing: Which is Best For You?

iWriterly Co-Launches New Monthly YouTube Show, Publishable

Ever wondered which publishing path is best for you—self, traditional, or hybrid publishing? Have you always wanted to better understand the nuances of each in order to determine the best home for your book? Publishable is a monthly YouTube show, where experts from across the publishing spectrums join forces. Learn which path might be best … Continue reading iWriterly Co-Launches New Monthly YouTube Show, Publishable

iWriterly Video: Query Hack: Critique #3 – YA Fantasy

Have you written a novel and are seeking literary representation? Are you submitting queries to literary agents but with no success? iWriterly has launched Query Hack, a query critique opportunity for novel writers.   What is Query Hack? Query Hack is a query critique platform launched by the iWriterly team where writers have the opportunity … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Query Hack: Critique #3 – YA Fantasy

Query Hack: Critique #2 – YA Science Fiction

Dear Query Hack, Karen, Tim, and Mallory are bored teenagers who have learned to hack their government assigned medical nano-bots as a form of recreational drug. These stims give the teens physical enhancements akin to super-powers, but these new abilities come with a price. They are quickly addictive with severe withdrawal symptoms. At night, they … Continue reading Query Hack: Critique #2 – YA Science Fiction