by Richard Risemberg A good memory is both blessing and curse to a novelist. As with all two-edged weapons, you have to wield it with caution, lest you damage your own self…or in the authorial case, your story. When you’re battling through that first draft, it is indeed a blessing: it helps you keep… Read More The Value of Forgetting (For Writers)
by Yvonne Blackwood Now that you have a fabulous idea for your children’s book—the tale of Ronnie Rabbit—and you have researched both the subject and the market, you are ready to write. Wait! Not so fast! Assuming that this writing project is not just a one-time exercise, you should prepare a bit more.
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by Jacqui Murray Marketing To Hunt a Sub, my debut novel, is a whole lot different from my non-fiction pieces. In those, I could rely on my background, my expertise in the subject, and my network of professional friends to spread the word and sell my books. Fiction–not so much. For one thing, I… Read More 12 Surprises I Found Marketing My Debut Novel