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Your Book Is Like a Tech Start-Up, Part 1

Writing a book is (mostly) a solitary endeavor. It can take years—even decades—just to finish a first draft. And even once that full manuscript is done, doubts linger. 1,216 more words

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5 Reasons to Attend Indie Author Fringe

The Indie Author Fringe (FREE ONLINE DAY CONFERENCE) is brought to you by the Alliance of Independent Authors. It’s happening on Saturday October 22nd. 422 more words
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What I Do: Alex Adsett on the Ins and Outs of Working as a Literary Agent

by Malcolm Neil

For most of us, working as a literary agent seems like a dream. Reading books for a living, hobnobbing with incredible creators from all over the world, helping deserving authors succeed—it all sounds kind of perfect. 766 more words


Five Things Writers Need to Know About Facebook

“If you try to use Facebook for something it’s not designed to do, you’re just going to get frustrated over the lack of results.” — …

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Writing Rejection Letters

I had to do something new at work last week: write rejection letters. It was a lot harder than I thought.

Until next time, word nerds!

Kate G Jameson

How NOT to Dread Deadlines

Why are deadlines important? Because publishing is a schedule based business. When a book receives a publication date, everything moves toward the date when that book goes to the printer. 347 more words

#WriterSpotlight - Meet Tunde Leye, the author of the highly anticipated book, Guardians of the Seal

We are excited to feature the talented Tunde Leye as our #WriterSpotlight today. Unlike many writers who give up after being rejected by major publishers, Tunde Leye chose to start his own publishing company and over the weekend, he launched his latest book, … 1,188 more words

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