Deciding you’re ready to publish is a huge deal; it’s also the point where you hand over control to someone else, putting the power in the hands of an agent, an editor, the universe.
Most writers have traditional publishing aspirations. They want an agent to fall in love with their project and champion…
It’s human nature to compare ourselves to our peers. It starts in grade school, or even earlier among siblings. We look to others to see whether or not we measure up. We do this in school, in jobs, in parenting, and in our creative endeavors.
Last week a writer I’m…Continue
This post is part of a series with Elizabeth Gilbert leading up to our co-sponsored event with her: Writing, Truth and Community in Napa Valley on Nov. 7, 2015. Get all the event details and learn how to save 25% on your tickets>>…Continue
Once you’re a published author, there are two avenues of legitimate distribution you may have: extended distribution and traditional distribution. As a self-published author, you may opt into extended distribution using CreateSpace (a division of Amazon) or IngramSpark (a division of Ingram). Extended distribution…Continue
It seems to be a law of the universe that otherwise rational people get a little wacky leading up to their publication date; and this can continue well into post-publication too. Becoming an author is an angsty life event, and even the most grounded among us can become unglued. A lot of the authors I’ve…Continue