Between your carefully considered cover and the very first word of your story, there should be some stuff. What is that stuff? Why does it
Kris Rusch put out another excellent article on the business of writing Thursday. Cedar had some lovely commentary on it’s explanation of the market vs.
We’re all familiar with timelines in stories, and the inconvenient way they mean that character X can’t be here because the night before he was
Have you had enough leftover candy trick-or-treaters didn’t get, or candy appropriated from your descendants or siblings after they crashed from the sugar high? Ready
…and why not to fall for it. When you look at superstar bestsellers and how well they’re doing, then look at your own sales page,
Just like the first one-star review (and often faster than the first one-star review) comes the other annoying rite of passage for authors: “I used