New Writer? Don't Make These 3 Rookie Mistakes Huffington Post In my many years of mentoring new freelance writers and teaching community ed classes at the local college, I've seen it all when it comes to newbie mistakes.
I read the results of a survey recently where authors and publishers were asked, “What’s the best form of promotion?” The largest percentage responded that they sell more books through personal contact.
Tips for Storytellers: How to polish your writing Poynter.org Lucky me. My office is two doors down from one of the world's best writing coaches. I go to Roy Peter Clark often when writer's block hits me.
Scrivere è molte cose.Per noi è però un gran gioco sospeso tra immaginazione e regole, passione e professionalità (Il direttore di Scrivo.me @Ebrugnate spiega perché ha creato questo sito e cosa intende farne:
(ehm, c'è anche un pezzo di PubblicarSÌ in questa cosa... ;-)
For the Self-Publishers Library Journal (blog) In my last post, I specifically wanted to find out why people would self-publish novels when the vast majority of self-published works are likely buried in the avalanche of self-published books.
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