Category: Traditional Publishing

Traditional Publishing

Traditional Publishing Writing & Editing

Tips for Publishing Through a Small Publisher

Some smaller publishing houses do not require authors be represented by literary agents.  These publishing houses allow authors to query directly.  How do you find the right publisher? Research is key.  The print or online version of the Writer’s Market will be a valuable resource. If you have author friends who write in your genre, […]

Traditional Publishing Writing & Editing

How to Find a Literary Agent

The self-publishing route isn’t for everyone.  If you decided to take the traditional publishing route, chances are you will first try to get a literary agent to represent you.  How do you do this?  How do you find the right agent to represent you? An agent is necessary if your goal is to be published […]

Self Publishing the Writing Process Traditional Publishing Writing & Editing

How to Throw a Book Launch Party

A book launch party is an excellent way to debut your newest novel to the world.  For those who are household names or have support of a large, traditional publisher, the party is probably thrown on your behalf.  For independent authors or those who don’t have a publisher’s support, the burden of throwing a party […]

Books & Publishing Fiction Self Publishing Traditional Publishing

Book Reviews Matter: Here’s Why

Are you an avid reader?  If so, when was the last time you left a review on Amazon and/or Goodreads?  If it’s been a while, you’re not alone.  Many readers neglect* to leave book reviews.  Reviews, however, are vitally important in today’s digital world. They are mutually beneficial to readers and authors.  Here’s how: Readers […]

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