Here is a list of things every writer should consider/do/attempt when going for traditional publication: The book needs to be finished before you start thinking about publication. With memoirs and some non-fiction, you don't necessarily have to have the book completed before you start querying. This is not the case at all with fiction. You … Continue reading Want to traditionally publish a fiction novel? Here are 10 things you need to know.
If you've been looking to traditionally publish a novel, chances are you have heard the terms "query letter," and/or "cover letter." In case you haven't, though, these two things are what you will typically send to either an agent or publisher to introduce your novel. You may ask yourself, "Why send a letter talking about … Continue reading 6 tips on writing query letters/cover letters for fiction novels
Hello friends, newcomers, etc. It's been a long time since I've written a blog post. Rather, it's been a long time since I felt I had something worth blogging about. Recently, I've had a spurt of poetry submissions flying from my desk. As I've said time and time again, I never thought of myself as … Continue reading I’ve Been Rejected
Not too long ago, I wrote a post on how to format a manuscript. Then, I wrote a post on things you need to know to traditionally publish. Now it is time to learn how to actually go about getting published. The number one thing you need to learn to land an agent or publishing deal … Continue reading 9 Things you need to know before you start to query.
As a writer, we all have our special place. The place we feel the most creative and inspired, the place where writing is as easy as breathing, and mine just happens to be my desk. This is my desk. My laptop next to my notepad, a cereal bowl, a coke with my name on it, … Continue reading What your desk says about you