Would you like a list of easy hacks to improve your writing skills? Well, of course you would! Check out this list of tips you can implement right away.
Would you like to settle the point of view debate once and for all? Check out this post on perspectives, and figure out which one to use in your book.
After you’ve written a book, it’s time to market it. People won’t read it unless they know about it first! Here are easy ways to market your book on social.
Create a strong voice for your protagonist, and share it early on. Give your readers someone to trust, and it will help them feel connected to your story.
Do you have an uncompleted novel that’s taking up room in your heart and hard drive? Here are 8 productivity hacks to help you finally complete it.
Not sure if your manuscript is ready for its close up? Check out our list of six surefire ways to know if it’s time to submit for editing.
To fulfill your dreams of traditional publishing, you must create one amazing query letter. Here is a winning strategy for the perfect query.
To create a taut and effective story, it’s crucial to cut the dead weight. But do you know what to look for, and how to do it? Check out this action guide:
The editorial process a book goes through can seem mysterious, especially to first-time writers. And, as it happens, at the big publishing houses, it’s a multi-stage process. We talked to NYBE’s William Boggess who, while in the editorial department at Little, Brown and Company, worked on books by a range of authors from Tom Wolfe... Read more »
Are you adrift in outer space (or Starbucks) without any connection to other writers like you? Here’s 11 writing communities you should join immediately.