Finding a Literary Agent

November 7, 2022 |  By Amy Friedman

A good author/literary agent relationship can be as potent and rewarding as a good marriage.

Do You Need a Developmental Editor?

October 1, 2022 |  By Laura Golden Bellotti

A developmental editor can guide you toward a final manuscript that successfully reflects your ideas, insight, and authorial voice.

Why You Need an Interior Designer for Your Self-Published Book

June 7, 2022 |  By Kate Zentall

Learn about the crucial role an interior designer plays in the self-publishing process.

Find Your Writer’s Voice: How to Kill the Faux Writer

May 16, 2022 |  By Amy Friedman

Learn how to listen for your genuine voice as you silence that demon, The Faux Writer, who may persistently be trying to intrude.

How to Improve and Inspire Your Writing: 7 Books That Will Pave the Way

April 25, 2022 |  By Barbara DeSantis

Of the many excellent books on the art and craft of writing, here are seven to inspire you.

Writing and Publishing Resources, News & Advice

April 11, 2022 |  By Sharon Goldinger

Discover resources to help with marketing your book and using a literary agent to your best benefit. With the right help, your book can succeed.

Last Updated on April 11, 2022

The Benefits of Attending a Writers’ Retreat

October 29, 2021 |  By Lori Kozlowski

Thinking about applying to a writer’s residency or retreat? Here’s what you may gain from attending one.

Last Updated on March 23, 2022

Should I Use a Pen Name?

October 21, 2021 |  By Lynette Padwa

Whether or not to use a pseudonym is often a personal decision — although legal and safety issues can also come into play. Learn some of the pros and cons of pen names.

Last Updated on April 19, 2022

Can I Afford to Take This Assignment? 4 Questions to Ask Before You Do

July 19, 2021 |  By Tricia Nelson

Ask yourself these four pointed questions to determine if a writing project is worthy of your time.

Last Updated on July 6, 2022

Elevate Your Book With a Sensitivity Read

June 2, 2021 |  By Antoinette Scully

If your book contains portrayals of people of color or other marginalized populations, it might benefit from a sensitivity read.