Monthly Archives: March 2013

Writing a Mystery Book

By |March 27th, 2013|

Writing a Mystery Book
Writing a mystery book is exciting and highly rewarding. The guest post for today comes from conspiracy thriller author, A.E. Fairfield.

The mystery genre is hugely popular, topping bestseller charts week after week.  The good news: there’s a bigger market for your mystery than a “How to Raise Your Vampire Baby” book.  The […]

Writing a Mystery Book

By |March 27th, 2013|

Writing a Mystery Book
Writing a mystery book is exciting and highly rewarding. The guest post for today comes from conspiracy thriller author, A.E. Fairfield.

The mystery genre is hugely popular, topping bestseller charts week after week.  The good news: there’s a bigger market for your mystery than a “How to Raise Your Vampire Baby” book.  The […]

Writers Detox

By |March 27th, 2013|

Writers Detox

Writers detox is important for all writers. Just as the body needs rest after a strenuous activity, so does the mind. A writer’s mind especially. The guest post today comes from Samantha Samonte, a writer for  Culinary One.

Nowadays, with technology revolutionizing our way of life, information has come to be present anywhere we […]

Writers Diversify Your Talents

By |March 26th, 2013|

Writers Diversify Your Talents

As a writer in today’s changing publishing industry, it’s time to up your game and diversify as the way of the future. The guest post for today comes from Middle Grade and Young Adult author, L.M. Preston

In the past a writer would go about getting a Literary Agent, then hope their agent can […]

New Writers Do Your Homework

By |March 24th, 2013|

New Writers Do Your Homework

New writers, if you have the gift of writing, whether it’s fiction, non-fiction, poetry, or anything else, you probably want to see your work published. This is the advice of guest, inspirational writer/poet, Lucinda Hill.

New writers, if you want to see your work published then go for it, but don’t do […]

New Writers Do Your Homework

By |March 24th, 2013|

New Writers Do Your Homework

New writers, if you have the gift of writing, whether it’s fiction, non-fiction, poetry, or anything else, you probably want to see your work published. This is the advice of guest, inspirational writer/poet, Lucinda Hill.

New writers, if you want to see your work published then go for it, but don’t do […]

Facebook for Authors

By |March 22nd, 2013|

Facebook for Authors
Facebook for Authors is a great topic that all writers want to learn about. This guest post comes from popular UK author, Samantha Holt. She writes historical romance books.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I run an active Facebook author page and really enjoy doing so. I get some great interaction and have met some lovely people through it. […]

Helpful Sites For New Authors

By |March 20th, 2013|

Helpful Sites For New Authors—And The Rest Of Us Too. Today’s guest post is from romance author Collette Cameron

I’ll be honest; I’m no expert on social media, publishing, or marketing. But I have come across some spectacularly useful sites for new authors on my journey to get published, and what comes afterwards: the dreaded book […]

I Don’t Need an Editor

By |March 19th, 2013|

I Don’t Need an Editor
I Don’t Need an Editor

Today’s guest post is from historical fiction author, Jim Wills.

I don’t need an editor. Believe me, yes you do.  “How the heck would you know?  You don’t know me.” is a common response.  I really do, because I’ve been a professional, freelance trade-book editor and commercial writer […]

Writing to be Published…And Read

By |March 17th, 2013|

Writing to be Published… And Read

 

Writing to be published and read is the dream of all writers. Writing a book and getting it published is hard to do. However, there are many ways to get your book published.

Today’s guest post comes from bestselling author Don Keith

When I decided to begin writing seriously, I jumped off that […]