Our thanks to Carol Van Den Hende for this installment of the DIYMBA for Writers! This is the fourth in a series of posts to provide perspective on the business of writing, leveraging a marketing professional’s experience. Along my writing
Every writer needs an editor. If you want to be taken seriously as an author, there’s just no way around it. A good editor will strengthen your work and find the errors that you’re too close to see. I’ve spent
Our thanks to author and editor Sarah Hackley for this guest post! Writers are in love with words. We rejoice when we stumble upon a new one that perfectly depicts an emotion or object we didn’t know had a name.
Our favorite panels at the writer events we attended this past year were those featuring agents and editors. This coverage, Part 2 of 4, is from the Agents & Editors panel at Words & Music: A Literary Feast in New
Our favorite panels at the writer events we attended this past year were those featuring agents and editors. As seismic waves of digital publishing and new tech continue to shift the plates of the publishing landscape, it’s fascinating to hear
Thanks to freelance editor Laurie Price for this guest post! You bled, you sweated and yes, you even cried. You focused on your story and your characters or presented a convincing argument or array of business services/methodologies … or maybe
We all need other eyes on our work, no matter how long we’ve been reading, writing or editing. Fellow readers, writers and editors offer us insights we may not have realized; they catch errors we might not have caught; they