Category Archives: Business of Writing

TeenWriter Tuesday: 5 Ways to Make Career Connections

Go Teen Writers! If you are not already familiar with the website Go Teen Writers,  I’d like to introduce you. GoTeenWriters offers honesty, encouragement and community to teens who want to be published. If you want to meet other teens who love … Continue reading

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Wednesday Word for Writers: Book Packager

Publishing houses, especially mid- and small-size publishers, often don’t have the personnel to handle every single facet of producing and marketing a book. They may out-source some phases of the process, such as photography, editing, artwork, research–even writing, to a … Continue reading

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Life After You Publish: The Perils

One of my good friends is Gerry Bartlett. She’s been writing vampire romances for many years and is a very active member of a local chapter of Romance Writers of America. She also writes a monthly article for their newsletter … Continue reading

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Monday Advice from Editors and Agents: If your first book doesn’t perform well

Sorry, readers. This post is a day late due to my computer “forgetting” my user profile! Thank you, Best Buy, for restoring me. Curtis Yates is a lawyer AND an agent. He and agency partners Matt and Sealy Curtis blog … Continue reading

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