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How Publishing Excerpts Can Help Get Your Book Published | Writer’s Relief

Querying literary agents about your book and publishing short prose in literary journals are two very different things—but they can both have the same result! Many book authors are so focused on the hunt for a literary agent that they completely brush aside the idea of spending time submitting work to literary journals. But here’s… Continue Reading

Featured Client: Kathleen Z. McCormick | Writer’s Relief

Click on the video above to hear about Kathleen Z. McCormick’s publishing experience with Writer’s Relief! Our featured client Kathleen Zamboni McCormick has been submitting work for almost as long as Writer’s Relief has been in business! She’s been published in many journals, including Zone 3, Crack the Spine, Phoebe, Green Hills Literary Lantern, and… Continue Reading

Want To Be A Book Editor? Here’s How! | Writer’s Relief

Writer: Got what it takes to become a book editor? In this article on BookRiot.com, Writer’s Relief learned that some editors work a day job and freelance edit in the evening, while others work for large publishing companies. And there are many different types of book editors: content editors, copy editors, proofreaders, managing editors, and… Continue Reading

Writers: How To Come Up With A Great Title—Ask Writer’s Relief

Sometimes, writing an entire book—or poem, or short story, or personal essay—can seem much easier than coming up with a great title! And if selecting the absolute best title to accurately reflect your work isn’t daunting enough, the enormous pressure to make sure it’s unique enough to grab attention can quickly throw a cold bucket… Continue Reading

It’s Versus Its: How To Get It Right When Writing | Writer’s Relief

Today at Writer’s Relief we’re going to reveal the hard facts about the pronoun Its and the contraction It’s. These two troublemakers are identical in sound and, except for that jaunty, devil-may-care apostrophe, very similar in appearance. But beware, writers: It’s and Its have a reputation for pretending to be the same word—they delight in… Continue Reading



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