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Tips for Submitting to Online Journals New!

Online literary journals are often considered one of the staples of the literary world. They help connect writers to different opportunities that allow them to expose their work, as well as meet other writers that they can build a support group from. They can learn...

Follow Up Queries To A Publisher New!

So you have had a positive response from an agent or publisher requesting your manuscript. You wait patiently each day, but receive no news from them. So what can you do? Too frequently, writers never follow up with the publishers because they do not know if...

5 Steps to Self-Publishing Success New!

"Lady in the Water," have you seen it? It was that movie about a mermaid that lived in Paul Giamatti's pool. It was written, directed and even co-starred M. Night Shyamalan. Night based the movie on a fairytale he made up for his kids. He...

Top 5 Indie Horror Publishers

Horror has a special place in my heart. Ever since the advent of my obsession with vampires and werewolves, I couldn’t help but explore the realms of the horror genre. From the deep, psychological horrors of the nightmares an artist sees, to the mesmerizing, yet...

Top 5 Indie Romance Publishers

Romance is a a particularly popular genre, especially in indie publishing. It’s a timeless genre that has garnered an international audience. From the confines of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, to the cheesy, yet endearing pages of The Royal Teashop series by Ginny Clyde, it’s these...

A Way Around No Unsolicited Script Submissions

When a publisher or agent submission guidelines say ‘no unsolicited material,’ does that include query letters? Yes, it does include query letters. These companies' official policy is that they do not want to see any unsolicited story ideas, not even a query letter. There are some companies...

How To Build A Valuable Database Of Contacts

Hopefully, by now you have composed a great logline for your book and created a professional query letter pitching your book, built a database of agents, managers, and producers, and started to send your query letter to those contacts. Hopefully, you've also started to get some requests for...

New to Self-publishing? What to Expect

Thanks to the explosion of the eBook market, many authors have taken the plunge into the world of self-publishing. It’s exciting but also overwhelming when you swim in new waters and it’s hard to know what to expect. I offer this list as a way...

You Have Finished Your Book – Where Do You Go From Here?

Congratulations, you’ve finished your book. The writing, revision, editing, proofing and polishing is all done. You finally get to take a breather and bask in your accomplishment. Feels good, doesn’t it? Well, if you’re self-publishing the journey has only begun. You’ve got the product – your...

The Simplicity Of Self Publishing

 I remember the days when I began writing my novel. It was so difficult to find a publisher or agent that wanted to take a gamble on a first-time novelist. They are, of course, in the business to make money and gambling on an unknown...