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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?
Querying writers have quite a few hurdles to jump through to secure literary representation. For those of you who don’t know what a query is or what I mean by literary representation, let’s go over a few of the basics to start. There are a few ways to publish a book, one of those being … Continue reading Writers Helping Writers Blog: Why Querying Writers Shouldn’t Write Sequels
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Tired of getting form rejections from agents? Or, perhaps you haven’t started querying yet and you’re looking to stand out in the query box. Learn how to write specific vs. vague conflict in a query in this iWriterly video. The purpose of a query is to entice a literary agent or editor to read (more … Continue reading iWriterly Video: How to Write a Query: Specific vs. Vague Conflict