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18 Worthy Websites for Writers

Today’s guest post is by Jeanna Bray.

Apart from your desire to be an author and determination on this thorny path, what makes a successful writer? According to veterans of the industry, it’s lots of reading, writing, and a supportive community. The sites from today’s selection can provide you with all the three. So, without further ado and in no particular order, let me introduce 18 worthy websites for writers:

Self-Publishing Advice

This site is a watchdog community organized by the Alliance of Independent Authors and aiming to protect self-publishing writers from untrustworthy publishers. The site has a collection of reviews on various publishers, with rating scores ranging from “excellent” to “watchdog advisory.” The authors themselves report dishonest publishers and regularly update their base. However, the site’s usefulness isn’t restricted to that. Continue Reading…

25 Ways Writers Can Impress a Publisher

For this week’s Throwback Thursday, we’re looking at an excerpt from a previous post titled 25 Tips on How to Impress a Book Publisher by publisher and best-selling author Cheryl Tardif.

Today I’ll be posting with my “publisher hat” on, and I’ll share with your readers 25 tips that will help you impress publishers and distinguish you and your work from the slush piles.  Continue Reading…

25 Tips on How to Impress a Book Publisher

Today’s post is by Cheryl Tardif, publisher at Imajin Books—a newer, innovative hybrid publishing company based in Canada. She is also known as Cheryl Kaye Tardif, an award-winning, international best-selling author and my publisher (of Innocent Little Crimes) to boot!

Thank you, Susanne. I am thrilled to be a guest on your blog. Today I’ll be posting with my “publisher hat” on, and I’ll share with your readers 25 tips that will help you impress publishers and distinguish you and your work from the slush piles.  Continue Reading…

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