An award-winning writer who can’t get published asks, what’s the point?
Category Archives: Literary Agents
Two important sources of publishing news and trends.
Most published authors start out not knowing anyone. That’s where writers workshops, networking, and finding an agent come in.
Authors Florence J Clowes and Lois J Blackburn have self-published two books in their mystery series. Their question is how to get an agent’s representation.
Hire an editor, take a writing class, or join a writing group that has members who are smart, kind, and honest enough to tell you where you are on track and where you aren’t.
With memoirs, as with fiction, the key to getting published is in the writing.
We know what it’s like to be proud of your children and recognize their gifts. In fact, our children are more talented than everyone else’s, except perhaps yours.
There’s an organization dedicated to children’s books: the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.
We think you are too focused on the issue of formatting; what matters most is great writing.
There’s nothing wrong with putting your best foot forward by submitting your most exciting chapters.