Category Archives: Publishing Trends

Jeff Herman’s Revised 2017 Guide to Book Publishers, Editors & Literary Agents

If your writer’s dream remains to get published using an agent and working with a small or mainstream publisher, you need guidance on how to get past the slush pile and into the hands of the people who have the … Continue reading

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Jeff Herman’s Guide to Book Publishers, Editors and Literary Agents: Who They Are, What They Want, How to Win Them Over

A Review Writers, agents and editors agree that Jeff Herman’s Guide is the go-to reference for authors who want to publish with a traditional publisher. It helps you get past the slush pile and into the hands of the pros … Continue reading

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Transformational Writing: An Act of Love by Alissa Lukara

The Transformational Writers website arose out of my calling to provide a place of support and exploration for writers who aim hikeronrockto explore the evolution of consciousness, alternative realities and write stories that make a positive difference. Continue reading

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How to Grow Your Business as a Published Author… and Impact More Lives With Your Message

Have you dreamed of writing a book or becoming a successful published author? Do you have a valuable message that will help transform lives and your business? Continue reading

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The #1 Reason Only a Handful of Authors Make Money

Guest article By Kathleen Gage Do you ever wonder why some authors seamlessly grow their businesses while most struggle at every turn? The fact is, those who continue to grow their businesses, client bases, and revenue streams do not settle for “business … Continue reading

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The Key to Getting Published: How I Found a Small Publisher for My Memoir, Part I [memoir series #7]

Publishing a book today is all about options. And authors have their own stories of creative ways they found a publisher for their books. Here is mine. Continue reading

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Traditional vs. Self-Publishing? Literary Agent Shares Pros and Cons by Alissa Lukara

Publishing is reinventing itself. The good news for authors considering traditional and self-publishing options to publish books in this fast-changing arena is that choice is their operative word. Continue reading

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Four Fun Ways to Fund Writing Projects: How to Create a Kickstarter Campaign

Once upon a time, you had to rely on grants from literary organizations to support your writing projects-in-progress. Today, you can empower your own writing project and yourself with needed support by initiating a fundraising campaign for your writing project on Kickstarter. Continue reading

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How Long Does It Take To Write A Book? Part 2 of The Lure of the Book in One Week Club

With all the emphasis in our world on writing books fast, writers can feel bad, guilty if they can’t or don’t complete a book in three months or one year. Continue reading

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How Long Does it Take To Write A Book? The Lure of the Book in a Week (or Month) Club, Part 1

I have listened to one too many webinars of late about how you can write a book in one weekend. Or one month. How being a good writer does not matter. I disagree. Continue reading

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