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5 Things Writers Should Stop Worrying About 

Worrying has to be one of the essential parts of a writer’s DNA. There are so many things to be concerned about! However, the reality is so many things are out of a writer’s control–especially during the writing process. 502 more words


Bad Sex in Fiction 2015

Every year I post about this “contest” held by the Literary Review. Well, it’s not a contest any author chooses to enter or wants to win, but it’s very entertaining. 267 more words

Editing And Writing

Review of 2014 Australian book sales

Books+Publishing in conjunction with Publishing Perspectives have published their annual guide to the Australian book market, Think Australian 2015. The review offers some interesting perspectives and you can browse the full magazine  312 more words

The Reading Season

Like everything else associated with the holidays, I’m sure you’ll consider this article one that comes too soon. But, for the publishing industry, the looming spectre of the Christmas season has well and truly begun. 709 more words


ibooks - November Picks

The above illustration was painted by Michael Dooling. He is the illustrator of over sixty books-many on historic subjects. He has illustrated picture books, chapter books and many Middle Grade Novels. 197 more words

Authors And Illustrators

Jerry Rogers Interview Comikaze 2015

Author of such interesting titles as The Fallen and The Elect and Legend of the Salad Traveler stopping by Think King Publishing’s booth is almost a no brainer. 13 more words


Infographic: Do You Know The Difference Between Literary, Upmarket and Commercial Fiction?

Knowing how to categorize your work is one of the most important skills a writer needs to know–especially while querying. Here’s an infographic to help. It’s not perfect and there are many places that writers won’t fit into and that doesn’t mean it’s not a marketable book. 20 more words