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Week 5:Posting, Submitting and Getting Your Work Published. Very Important Cogs In The Wheel!

First, there is step one, the writing. Then, there is step two and three, the editing and revising. And finally, there is step four, the posting and/or submitting of the edited and revised writing for potential publication . 1,370 more words

Self-published Authors

Writer: Teresa Madaleno

If you like to write, and I mean really like to write, then you probably know that completing a book is only part of the journey when it comes to getting published. 318 more words

Teresa Madaleno

4 ways NOT to start your book!

About two weeks ago, I attended Bookmarks Festival of Books & Authors. It was the first time I’d been, and I was only able to stay for a couple of hours. 513 more words

Writing Tips

Writers - You Have Nothing

It’s pretty miserable being a writer now, let’s face it.  We are more likely to win the lottery than score a big fat Rowling-esque bestseller.  The days of making money – actual money – for our hard work are sadly gone and the publishing industry of yore has now taken on a folklore-ish quality.   1,295 more words

The Beautiful Craft

How do you know if you're a real writer?

Before we delve deeper in to the facets and functions of Literary Entertainment, let’s first tangent a hair to talk about who should even be asking this question or not. 927 more words

Of course, hard work, but LUCK!

Hey, writer! Clearly we work hard to hone our crafts. Some of us spend years in the query trenches. Many of us spend a great deal of money  on critiques, books, conferences, and courses. 134 more words

Writing Journey

Whither Peer Review? A Word of Thanks

Luke Adams celebrates the crucial role of peer review in the academic publishing process. 512 more words

Edward Elgar Publishing