I occurred to me this morning that when I update my Twitter Literary Events page, my website followers are not notified. I always update Twitter, of course, but not all of you follow me there, I’m sure, or the update might get lost in your feed. So, I suppose I should also announce it here! … Continue reading Twitter Pitch Party list updated!
It’s official: I quit Facebook. I guess that’s not entirely true. I need Facebook for my business, both writing and real estate. It’s a great, affordable way to advertise, organize events, and answers inquiries from current or potential clients. What I don’t want anymore is a personal Facebook profile. I spend way too much time … Continue reading Goodbye Facebook Scrolling
This FAQ is currently under construction. Send me your questions via Facebook or Twitter so that I can make this list as complete as possible. TRADITIONAL PUBLISHING What are the “Big 5”? When people refer to the “Big 5” of publishing, they’re referring to the five major trade book publishing houses in the United States: … Continue reading FAQ’s about Publishing
What All Editors Should Do Before you hire an editor, you should always request a sample. There are many reasons to request a sample: To gauge the editor’s level of knowledge and skill To make sure you understand what type editing (e.g. developmental, line, proofreading) they do To develop your working relationship with the editor … Continue reading Free Editing Services
Jump to Glossary INTRO: Why create a glossary? I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Twitter is an author’s paradise. Authors, agents, editors, publishers, and other lit influencers make ample use of Twitter to share priceless advice, wish lists, trends, podcasts, blogs, new releases, and so much more. There’s a strong indie publishing … Continue reading Author’s Guide to Twitter: A Glossary