What are publishing seasons and are they still relevant? In this episode of Publishable, we will discuss publishing seasons in traditional publishing and self-publishing. Topics Covered in This Video What does the phrase "publishing seasons" refer to? What determines publishing seasons? How have audiobooks and e-books impacted publishing seasons (if at all)? How has … Continue reading Publishable: Episode 10 | BOOK PUBLISHING SEASONS in Traditional Publishing & Self-Publishing
Literary agent Megan Manzano joins Meg LaTorre of iWriterly for a first pages critique video. Want to get feedback on the first page of your manuscript? Look no further! iWriterly is launching first page critiques, which will be hosted on the iWriterly YouTube channel. Literary agent Megan Manzano will join Meg LaTorre on iWriterly on … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Literary Agent Critiques First Pages, Ft. Megan Manzano
Writing a novel is flipping difficult. It often takes years to complete your first novel (and even more years after that to write a good one). You heard that right — writers’ first books are usually a hot mess. That is because, as untested authors, we don’t yet know how to write a book. On … Continue reading Writers Helping Writers Blog: Improve Your Novel Writing: 11 Tips For Newbies
Who should give writing advice? Moreover, should individuals have certain (or any) qualifications to give writing advice? We are going to get into that today. THIS VIDEO IS BROKEN DOWN INTO FOUR SECTIONS: Universal writing advice vs. writing advice from experience Author platform: What should you talk about if you are unpublished? Should only … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Who Should Give Writing Advice?
Let’s talk about why I chose to self-publish my debut novel, an adult space opera. TOPICS COVERED IN THIS VIDEO: Self-publishing Traditional publishing Hybrid publishing Doing your research Deciding when your writing is ready Writing a series Publishing timelines Hands-on publishing experience Money in book publishing Author platform Self-publishing platforms and aggregators Being your … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Why I Chose to Self-Publish My Debut Novel (an Adult Space Opera)
Let’s talk about the pros and cons of traditional publishing, which typically includes getting a literary agent and then a publishing deal at a publishing house. Topics covered in this video: Publishing costs: Who pays? The business side of publishing Book quality Validation and perceived legitimacy Literary agents Advances (earning out) Royalties Book marketing … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Pros & Cons of Traditional Publishing
So, you’re thinking about self-publishing your book? That’s great! But have you considered all of the pros and cons of self-publishing? Watch this iWriterly video with Meg LaTorre to determine whether or not this publishing path may be right for you and your book. THIS IS THE FIRST VIDEO IN A THREE-PART SERIES: Pros … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Pros and Cons of Self-Publishing
INDIE AUTHOR M. L. TISHNER JOINS iWRITERLY FOR AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW ABOUT THE RELEASE OF HER DEBUT BOOK, THE GOD QUEEN.Title: THE GOD QUEEN Author: M. L. Tishner Pub. Date: October 2019 Publisher: Self Pages: 432 Age Category & Genre: New Adult (NA) Space Opera Find it: Barnes and Noble , Amazon, Kobo, Apple Store, Indigo … Continue reading Author Interview: THE GOD QUEEN By M. L. Tishner
Are you curious about how much money authors make in 2019? Join our three co-hosts for a special episode all about how much traditionally-published and self-published authors (can) make as well as some overarching discussions of money and how to make a living in book publishing. https://youtu.be/YqSNYyrpVRo SOURCES REFERENCED IN THE VIDEO: The … Continue reading Publishable: Episode 9 | How Much Money Do Authors Make?
Jenna Moreci, indie author of THE SAVIOR’S CHAMPION and EVE: THE AWAKENING and YouTube sensation, interviews Meg LaTorre of iWriterly about querying literary agents. Questions discussed in the interview: What exactly is a literary agent, and how did you get into that line of work? How do writers typically find and engage with literary … Continue reading Jenna Moreci Interviews Meg LaTorre of iWriterly About How to Query Literary Agents