by Doug Lewars I find it hard to believe but recipe books do sell. The thing to remember is that precious few readers are likely to make much use of the recipes. The number one thing that draws readers is the fantasy of the thing. We might all like to dine on Sacher… Read More How to Write a Recipe Book That Sells
by ARHuelsenbeck Today’s article is for teachers and librarians and media specialists as well as for authors of books for children and teens. When my children were in school, occasionally a form came home explaining that an author was visiting the school and my child could purchase a book which would be signed… Read More How to Do an Author School Visit
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by Elizabeth Preston As readers, we root for a kiss to happen between the characters who we know are just meant to be together in a novel. When it finally happens, we inwardly cheer (okay, sometimes outwardly as well) and then move on.