By Bree Weber, The Book Octopus For the past few weeks, our inboxes, timelines, and twitter feeds have been filled with year-end reviews and predictions for the new year. As I read through these articles, I noticed a pattern pointing to an old idea dressed up in new buzzwords. Authorpreneur, Professionalization, Career Author – whatever
Do You Really Need an Author Website? By Nicole Bernholtz, Iron Fox Creative We may be biased, but we believe that every author should have a professional website. Here are just a few reasons why: Establish your brand As an author, you are your own brand. In order to profit, it’s necessary to put yourself out
Wendy Terrien’s debut novel, The Rampart Guards, was a awarded a Kirkus star, and was recently named to Kirkus Reviews’ Best Books of 2016. See her review here, and check out Kirkus Reviews’ Best Books of 2016 at kirkusreviews.com. Little Miss HISTORY has taken you to Mount Rushmore, the Statue of Liberty, and Ellis Island.
This Saturday, January 21, 2017 – Turning the Page: The Role of the Editor – Editors are often the unsung heroes of the publishing industry. What do they do? How do they work with authors and collaborate with other publishing professionals? How do you choose a good one, and do you always work with the same
Healing That’s Ahead of the Times Thousands of veterans suffer daily in silence and confusion, oftentimes alone. Many contemplate suicide. The invisible injuries of our current wars have become the “signature wounds” of this generation of combat veterans—leaving these young men and women feeling hopeless, broken and destroyed. The Miracle Workers of South Boulder Road tells
Hiring the Right Ghostwriter By Mark Graham, Iron Fox Creative Hiring a ghostwriter is a good idea for anyone who has a valuable, interesting story to tell – and not only because you may not have writing skill or the necessary time to accomplish your goal. Here are several reasons why hiring a ghostwriter might