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Kristen Twardowski: A Writer's Workshop

From book news and writing resources to posts about libraries and publishing, Kristen Twardowski’s blog is a haven for bibliophiles.

Writing

In the tradition: J.R.R. Tolkien as influence on other writers by Roz Kaveney

t is almost a joke, certainly a cliche, that any large-scale multi-volume fantasy novel will be described on its dust jacket as being ‘in the tradition of Tolkien at his best’, regardless of its actual merits or the degree to which, if at all, it has been influenced by Tolkien. 5,499 more words

Tad Williams

Kudos

Let’s celebrate like the kids in this illustration by Chantelle and Burgen Thorne for the people in this weeks Kudo post. Chantelle and Burgen were featured on Illustrator Saturday. 314 more words

Agent

Give it a Try

This quote is the only way to describe the process I’m starting.

As of today, I have sent my children’s book manuscript (unsolicited of course) to three publishers. 566 more words

Writing And Expression

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Publication Industry

This is a series of Blogs that inspect the benefits Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning at the business level. The Technology landscape in this space is yet to consolidate, so the technology fitment is something that can be reviewed at PoC/Implementation stage. 653 more words

AI ML

Fiction Editing Rates: How Freelance Editors Price Their Projects

How much should you be paying a freelance editor for their work?

You can imagine the scenario. You’re sitting across the table from the person who could be your creative companion for the next few months. 678 more words

Industry Insights

Fastcase appoints Steve Errick as Chief Operating Officer and announces plan to launch own imprint for secondary works

Yesterday Fastcase announced that former LexisNexis executive Steve Errick will join the company’s executive team on July 1 as Chief Operating Officer. He will be responsible for executing the company’s strategic vision, developing new editorial products, and developing the company’s organizational structure as the company expands. 270 more words

Publishing Industry