TwitterLit Advice Issue 1: Writing a Synopsis

If you’re a writer, #TwitterLit is the place to be! You can connect with authors, readers, agents, editors, and publishers, get all kinds of writing / editing / querying advice, participate in Twitter pitch parties, win books, critiques, and mentorships, and so much more. If you’re not on Twitter, get on it. If you can’t, … Continue reading TwitterLit Advice Issue 1: Writing a Synopsis

Free Editing Services

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

Author’s Guide to Twitter: A Glossary

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