Author David Corbett explains how important the first 50 pages of your manuscript are to a critique partner or editor, and explains the key elements he is able to flush out.
Join author Keith Ogorek as he teaches 6 clear steps you can take to move your manuscript from the desk drawer to a book launch event, including visualizing the event and picking a date and identifying when you write best.
Having an idea for a book is really easy. Starting a book is easy, but writing to finish is difficult and very few people actually reach the goal. Why is that? Keith Ogorek believes that it is because the path to a finished book has many obstacles and gives tips for how to overcome them.
Have you started writing your book but hit a roadblock? Let Keith Ogorek, senior vice president of marketing for Author Solutions and self-published author of two books help you regain the writing momentum to finish your manuscript and ultimately get published. In this webinar Keith will talk about common obstacles writers face when trying to finish their work of art, and give tips on overcoming those obstacles.
We live in a world where anyone can get published. There are so many ways to see your work in print and to get it to market. But do all these choices help or hurt your chances for success? Penny Sansivieri discusses how to navigate your options.
This article offers some considerations for the author choosing between print and eBook publishing formats, including costs, distribution, and audience reach.
What is Print on demand and who are some good providers of this service?
Selling the rights to your book in large print format should not be overlooked. See rights consultant Judy Klein discuss the need to sell rights for this audience.
Author and photographer, Lee Foster, talks about the various print on demand and eBook channels he has used over the years and what he liked and found challenging with the different paths.
Writers want to see their work in print. But is there more than one way to make that happen? Here is some guidance on how and when to send books directly to publishers. Additional guidance is offered to ensure that your book will be considered seriously