iWriterly Launches Affiliate Accounts With Grammarly, Scribendi, WordPress, and Book Depository

Heya, book nerds! In our iWriterly video, Scribendi Editorial Services Review + iWriterly Brand Update, we revealed that we are now affiliates of Grammarly, Scribendi, WordPress, and Book Depository. But in case you missed that announcement, let us bring you up to speed. AT IWRITERLY, OUR POLICY IS TO ONLY RECOMMEND PRODUCTS AND SERVICES THAT … Continue reading iWriterly Launches Affiliate Accounts With Grammarly, Scribendi, WordPress, and Book Depository

iWriterly Video: Author Interview: Elliot Brooks – Peace and Turmoil

Elliot Brooks, indie author of Peace and Turmoil (book one of The Dark Shores series) and a BookTuber/AuthorTuber, joins iWriterly for an author interview. Meg LaTorre asks Elle questions about: Her decision to self publish The publishing process Selecting and working with a freelance editor Formatting, cover design, character art, choosing titles, and more Author … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Author Interview: Elliot Brooks – Peace and Turmoil

iWriterly Video: Writing Update: Episode 2 | AuthorTube Tattoo Vlog

In this iWriterly video, we have an extra special surprise in store for you guys. In addition to our regular writing update, you will also get to see Meg get her very first writer tattoo.   https://youtu.be/ctRXREwqk0E   LINKS REFERENCED IN THE VIDEO Learn more about Publishable iWriterly Video: Why Writers Need Critique Partners and … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Writing Update: Episode 2 | AuthorTube Tattoo Vlog

Writer’s Digest Blog: How Freelance Developmental Editors Fit into Today’s Publishing Landscape

I’m about to say something controversial. Are you ready? Freelance book editors aren’t necessary to get published. I know, crazy right? And coming from a freelance book editor, no less. Here’s the thing: Editors can be helpful in getting a manuscript ready for publication. Think about it—at some point, all writers are new to this … Continue reading Writer’s Digest Blog: How Freelance Developmental Editors Fit into Today’s Publishing Landscape

Writer’s Digest Blog: 10 Ways to Make Your Submission Stand Out in the Slush Pile

It’s been said that literary agents are the gatekeepers to the (traditional) publishing industry. Every year agents receive thousands of submissions in their respective query boxes—both unsolicited and solicited. Many agents also work full-time jobs separate from their work at an agency. Needless to say, they are incredibly busy people. As a result, the unsolicited … Continue reading Writer’s Digest Blog: 10 Ways to Make Your Submission Stand Out in the Slush Pile