Most publishers are in it for the love of books. Yes, even the acquiring editors, the marketing team, and the contract specialists.
But, that doesn’t mean there aren’t some problematic publishing companies out there. Whether you go with traditional publishing or small press, you need to be careful.
As writers, we’re always refining and adjusting our processes, trying to figure out what works best for this novel, today. Me? I finished up a round of revisions this weekend, and tossed them off to beta readers — but I might have been too hasty.
Here’s another batch of notes from my Balticon 2022 rewatch. The description of the titular panel was as follows: Everyone loves … More
I love NaNoWriMo, but I know it isn’t for everyone.
Here are 11 reasons why NaNoWriMo might not work for you, and 10 reasons why it DOES work for me.
The stereotype of the writer is often a loner (maybe a drinker — tea, coffee, or alcohol dictated by genre), who spends all their time on their manuscripts and shuns human interaction.
But that’s not the only option.
Which do you think makes for the better writer? The extrovert or the introvert?