In her “Ask Allison” blog, novelist Allison Win Scotch describes how painful reviews can be: “One of the toughest things about writing a book and putting it out into the world isRead More…
There are many reasons why someone would want to write a book, and the “why” helps determine how you shape and write it – as well as what you do with it once it’s complete. Check out this list of “whys” to help you home in on your motivation, which is the first step to writing a great book.
You need PR to sell your book, but hiring someone to handle it for you can be expensive. Here are some tips for getting free PR.
Sometimes, a tiny opportunity opens the door to enormous possibilities. Even an appearance on a little radio program, on a tiny station, can trigger a nice pay off.
It’s just one of endless clauses buried in a book publishing contract, but it can cost you a lot of money if you’re careful. Learn more about the clause with claws.