After writing and publishing some of your short stories, you might be thinking about putting together a short story collection. As you sift through your manuscripts to determine which stories you’d include in a collection, it’s also important to consider the order in...
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Pinpointing the genre of your novel can be almost as difficult as writing it—especially if you’ve bent or blended some genres. But at Writer’s Relief, we know that defining the genre of your book is an important element of a successful query letter. Genre tells a...
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...
The novel-in-stories is a mysterious and little understood book genre that can be very powerful in the right hands. If you’ve written a collection of short stories and are thinking you might like to pitch it to publishers or literary agents as a “novel-in-stories,”...
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