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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Choosing to be a creative writer means routinely subjecting yourself to fear. But most of the time, the frightening possibilities we imagine are much scarier than the actual worst-case scenarios. The experts here at Writer's Relief let you in on the common fears...
Amazon has filed a lawsuit against a publishing company to stop a practice called “book stuffing,” which involves recycling passages from some books in order to create new books from them. The lawsuit also tackles the problem of using robots or “clickfarms” to...
Many librarians select books for purchase from distributors for major publishers. But here at Writer's Relief, our Self-Publishing Relief division has noticed that, with the growing number of self-published books, the old standard may be changing. Here's more...
[blocks-anywhere id="b2b5b966d6e43f1d"] Many poets dream of one day publishing a full collection of poetry, whether it’s a traditionally published best seller or a self-published manuscript shared with family and friends. But before you try to get your poetry book...
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