“I’m all for the scissors. I believe more in the scissors than I do in the pencil.” – Truman Capote Cutting things out… that’s a writer’s greatest nightmare. It may be your ego. You spent days and nights over that
I’m a bit of a skeptic (okay, total skeptic) when it comes to all these book sale platforms. First, because they can be complicated, too complicated for the average bear. Second, because I’ve tried some in past that just wouldn’t
Live from May 8-19, you can view FREE video interviews with a whopping 28 publishing professionals in the Author’s Adventure Summit! WWW’s Shari Stauch is participating in this event so we’re especially excited to share it with you! The Author’s
Our thanks to literary publicist Claire McKinney for this guest contribution! When I worked for publishing houses in New York City there was a debate about book review coverage: Does seeking book reviews really sell books? The answer is sometimes
One of WWW’s stellar publishing partners, Gatekeeper Press has announced an offer to all authors recently left in the dust by the closing of Tate Publishing. Through the end of May, Gatekeeper Press is offering a discount of 50% off all
Our thanks to author Bob Eckstein for this guest contribution. In the past three years I’ve heard a lot of stories (over 300 documented) that took place in bookstores as part of my research which has shaped my appreciation for
Our sincere thanks to executive director Wanda Jewell and the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance (SIBA) for this guest contribution, full of outstanding insights if you’re keen on breaking into indie bookstores! Looking for ways to get your book into bookstores?