Good author biographies are so easy to read, but writing the perfect author bio is anything but easy. At Writer’s Relief, we know it takes skill and publishing industry savvy to create an author bio that will impress publishing professionals (like literary agents,...
If you’re writing a query letter to pitch your book to a literary agent, you may want to consider using a natural, friendly voice rather than a more formal, standoffish, traditional tone. This simple strategy may increase your odds of connecting with a literary agent....
We writers can be closed off and private or very prone to over-sharing. And as with conversations over dinner, so go query letters and cover letters. When you submit your writing, you want to be sure you’re not sharing TMI (too much information). Here are a few things...
How to submit short stories, poetry, and personal essays online using submission managers; Writer’s Relief offers tips on how to effectively submit your creative writing to literary journals and magazines and how to navigate online submission forms.
Learn where to find literary agents and editors of literary journals on the Internet! Network with publishing industry professionals on the Web. Tips for effective online networking for creative writers who are seeking publication.
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