If you’ve written (and published in literary journals) enough short stories that you now feel ready to publish a collection, Writer’s Relief can lead you in the right direction on the path to success. We know some great new routes that will make the bumpy road to...
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The first five pages of your novel or memoir may be the key to making a sale, nabbing an offer of representation from a literary agent, or getting a book deal from a traditional publisher. Writer's Relief Explains Why Your Book’s Opening Pages Are More Influential...
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