Our holiday iWriterly video is now LIVE on our YouTube channel: Book Gift Guide: 15 Types of Friends & the Books They Will Love Finding a gift for book-lovers and soon-to-be-book-lovers for holidays, birthdays, or other celebrations can be tough—particularly finding the perfect book they won't be able to put down (thereby becoming as addicted as you … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Book Gift Guide: 15 Types of Friends & Books They Will Love
It's time for BOOK HAUL 2017! Yes, that's right: bookish fangirling has come to iWriterly. I'm proud to say I've purchased way too many paper books, e-books, and audiobooks this year and have a lot of goodies in my to-be-read pile. These books of 2017 are amazing that I HAD to share them with the … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Book Haul 2017
Many writers have asked themselves: Should I write a prologue for my novel? For those of you who don't know, prologues come before chapter one and could be expository/introductory prose, a poem, diary letter, news clipping, or anything in between. If you've attended a writing workshop, you may have noticed how literary agents voice their … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Should I Write a Prologue for My Novel?
Have you wanted to go to New York Comic Con (NYCC) and geek out with your fellow comic/television/book/game nerds? Us too! Join iWriterly's very own book nerd, Meg LaTorre-Snyder, as she traverses across the show floor, discovering books, comics, graphic novels, celebrities, and maybe even dragons... Although the journey to publication can be a long … Continue reading iWriterly Video: New York Comic Con 2017 Book Nerd Adventures
Heya, book nerds! The latest iWriterly video is now LIVE on our YouTube channel. If you’re a novel writer with a completed manuscript in search of representation, chances are you’ve entered (or at least heard of) Twitter pitch contests. For those of you who have yet to be immersed in the writing community on Twitter, these … Continue reading iWriterly Video: How to Write a Twitter Pitch for Your Manuscript