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  • Last reply by Erika Penzer Kerekes
    I've never pitched a story to Gourmet or Bon Appetit (or the millions of other mags out there that have some food/drink coverage), but I hope to one day. What do I need to know?
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  • Last reply by Kate McGuinness
    For anyone interested in self-publishing (which I know very little about but is much discussed here at SheWrites) there is a wonderful summary of the options in The Ne...
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  • Hi everyone.  I'm new here, but Sara and I have been internet writing pals for several years. ...ct, "Untold Stories" is, I think, a more promising "tradit...hapter of my life, and so am not in heavy literary mode these days, but I look forwar...


  • Jill G. Hall posted a status
    10 Tips to Creating Your Author Wardrobe Several years ago, when my first novel, The Black Velvet Coat was released I had purchased the perfect dress for my launch...
  • Saralee Rhoads posted a status
    I’m excited to join this dynamic community. I’m a newbie fiction wroter about to release my first book in October. It doesn’t fit into any traditional genre, so I have absolutely no expectations, but hope for the best.
  • Shelley Workinger posted a status
    Not your traditional "astronaut" food:


  • My indie publisher, Oak Tree Press, uses Print On Demand, and while it's not without a few limitations, I think the owner, Billie Johnson, is pleased all around with i...
  • You guys might want to consider checking out J A Konrath's A Newbie guide to self-publishing. He has been running this blog for years and it contains all the information a self-publishing author might need. He is a successful self-published author and very vocal against traditional publishers.
  • I self-published my memoir HERE I STAND, which will be available Feb. 2012. I used Infinity Publishing and they have been great. I designed my own cover and I paid an ...