Nice to see you again, Reader! As I’m sure you’re aware of, there are so many wonderful sources people can turn to when it comes to writing. Today, I thought it would be best we turned our attention to Drexel Professor Joan Blumberg, who is, without a doubt, one of those outstanding sources. Meet Joan! … More Scientific v. Consumer Writing with Joan Blumberg
Hi, Reader! Today, I bring you another interview with children’s author, aspiring singer, fashion entrepreneur, and long-time friend Amanda Ferrandino. Amanda is a Wagner Master’s graduate who began publishing children’s book as early as age twelve. Her love for everything creative certainly shows in her work. Previously she has worked with Sesame Workshop (Sesame Street), … More Beanies Aren’t Just Hats
Welcome back, Reader! While it is good to write – and just keep writing – in order to get all of your thoughts out there, it is doubly important that your work makes sense to both you and your readers. This is where editing comes into play. The Importance of Editing We are constantly editing, … More 7 Tips for Top-Notch Editing
Hello, again, Reader. Here’s a hot topic for debate – do you prefer e-books or physical books? Now, although we respect all forms or writing and reading on this blog, I thought it would be a good idea to address five differences between e-books and physical books. Join me below for the debate! 1. Cost … More 5 Differences Between E-books and Physical Books
Hello, again, Reader. Last time, I was able to share some great sources for seeking the right publishing company for you. Now, I’d like to present some of my knowledge of traditional publishing – if you choose that route – to help you become more aware of what is out there. Of All Things . … More What You Need To Know About Traditional Publishing
Hi, Readers! This time, I want to touch upon how to find publishers. We’ll discuss more about different ways of publishing in later posts, but, please, see below for a brief overview. Where Can I Find Publishers? Reader, everyone is in agreement about this: there are endless publishing sources! While this is great news, … More Looking for Publishers?
Welcome back, Reader. As we’ve discussed in previous posts, there are two main ways to publish your work – traditionally and by yourself. Today. I’d like to briefly take a look at self-publishing with you. A Brief Overview . . . Have you heard of authors Amanda Hocking or E.L. James? Many have wondered how … More What Do You Know About Self-Publishing?
How are you doing, Reader? In my last post, I was able to share my BookCon experience with you, and I hope it inspired you to check it out! Today, I want to talk about the importance of brainstorming – what it is, why it’s important, and three different ways to do so. What Is … More Stop What You’re Doing. Here Are 3 Different Brainstorming Methods
Welcome back, Reader! Today, I’m excited to be sharing my BookCon experience. I’ll tell you all the details, our stops, and let you know how you can attend BookCon below. What Is BookCon? For those of you that may be wondering what exactly BookCon is, think along the lines of Comic-Con. BookCon is a collaboration … More We Went to BookCon! Here’s the Tea
Hello, again, Reader! If you’re not already sick of my how-to posts, then you’re in luck because here is another one. This time, we’re dipping our toes into the ocean that is publishing. Where does this begin? Well, it all begins with what’s called a query letter. What Is A Query Letter? A query letter, … More Wait – What Are You Writing About?