Searching for something good to read? I’ve got suggestions. Plus this week’s media industry news for writers.
Compiling a book largely comprised of photos takes careful planning and budgeting, and concise writing, as freelancer and author Paul Vachon explains.
Freelancer and author Mark Pendergrast explains his approach to revising his book, For God, Country & Coca-Cola, for the second time.
This WordCount guest post from author, blogger and writing coach Nina Amir explains how she turned an idea into a blog, and a blog into an Amazon bestseller.
In this guest post, freelancer and author Erin Flynn Jay shares secrets she used to write her book, Mastering the Mommy Track, without sacrificing other work.
In this guest post, author and Life After Publishing webinar cohost J.P. Jones shares tips for making the most of the next writer’s conference or seminar you attend.
If you’re looking for something to read over the Labor Day weekend, here are some recommendations from fiction and non-fiction titles I finished since spring.
Online book review magazine Shelf Unbound will feature five winners in its December/January issue. Read more about how to enter, who’s eligible, in this post.
In this guest post, award-winning publicist Sandra Beckwith teaches authors how to build a media list they can use to promote a new book.
In this guest post, blogger Kate Megill explains how she took the budgeting tips she learned feeding a family of 10 on a one income to publish her first e-book.