Hello everyone! Fall is here, so it’s time to take a look back to check out the top writing tips posts of this past summer. Feel free to click any of the links below to give it a read. Results are calculated by page views.
by Anna del C. Dye To promote or not, that is the great dilemma. If you are an author, you have to promote your book or no one will know it is there. Besides, even if you are traditionally published you are expected to promote your book. If you ask me, promoting is the… Read More 16 Ideas of How to Promote Your Book Before and During Launch
by Emily Nemchick We all know how it goes. You write a knockout book, but that’s only the beginning. Getting from The End to publication can be a real headache, and a big part of that headache is finding an editor who is affordable, professional and available when you need them. There are simply… Read More How to Find a Good Editor for Your Book
by J.U. Scribe Free editing anyone? That was the question I found myself asking when it came down to editing my own story, Before the Legend which I’m merely weeks away from publishing. This post is long overdue, mainly due to my very busy schedule, but I have editing and life to thank for that.… Read More Editing 101: The Price of Editing
Hi Everyone! It’s time to announce the winners for the current contest, sponsored by Lopt & Cropt Editing Services. If your book is in need of editing, check out her services. You can contact her here.
by Annmarie McQueen Recently, I’ve spent some time working my way through the bestseller list of YA romance fiction – everything from John Green to hit debuts such as ‘Everything Everything’ by Nicola Yoon, which was recently made into a movie. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoyed the book. But for now I’m… Read More The 5 Biggest Cliches in YA Romance