Dear Track Changes, I’m in the depths of querying agents for my debut novel, and like a lot of authors, I’m struggling. I feel relatively confident about the list of agents I put together, but I’ve gotten a lot of passes from agents who aren’t interested in seeing the book itself, and a few… Read more »
Are you a writer who needs help managing deadlines? In this post, we’ll discuss how to meet your deadline every time.
What is a subplot and what’s the point of adding one to your novel? Here’s your beginner’s guide to subplots:
Dear Track Changes, I worked with an editor on my novel recently, and the edit was great—lively and informative, and for the most part very clear. But I do have some questions about certain points, so I’m gathering up my courage to take advantage of the followup call. I’m excited about talking about my book,… Read more »
Not sure how to design your book’s back cover? Follow this beginner-friendly guide:
Are you an author who needs financial assistance? Don’t miss this post. Here’s how to get started with crowdfunding for authors:
Dear Track Changes, I self published a novel a few years back, which was a great experience. The book didn’t become a runaway phenomenon, but I did sell a few copies, and it was great to get feedback on my work from a real, live audience. Since then I’ve written another novel, and though… Read more »
Bonnie Jean Feldkamp is a writer we’ve had the pleasure of working with on a couple of occasions. She recently sent the first page of her memoir, Breaking My Own Heart to Dear Track Changes for a critique. Find Bonnie’s page below and the Track Changes response underneath: Cinco de Derby. May 5, 2007 The… Read more »
Are you planning on writing a novel in a month, but not sure how to get started? Here’s a helpful guide that you can use.
Not sure whether you should enlist the help of beta readers for your book? Not even sure what beta readers do? Check out this beginner-friendly guide.