Animal Farm, Of Mice and Men, Breakfast at Tiffany’s: It may surprise you to learn that these well-known works are written in an often-overlooked genre—the novella. Usually between 30,000 and 50,000 words, a novella is the middle ground between a succinct short story...
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Paths To Publishing: 7 Modern Ways To Get A Book Published | Writer’s Relief
In the “old” days of book publishing, there was really only one way to get a book published to reach large audiences. But now, there are so many paths to publishing a book that the choices can be dizzying. Here’s an overview of your book publishing options! Writer’s...
Do Self-Published Book Authors Need A Literary Agent?
Back in the early days of self-publishing, it was generally held that self-published book authors did not need a literary agent. Even today, many self-published authors choose to release their books on their own because they don’t want to pay the fees associated with...
Industry Influencer Spotlight: Gabrielle Gantz
The marketing aspect of writing can be daunting to any writer—especially those new to the scene. To help guide you in that process, we'll be doing an interview series, Industry Influencer Spotlight, in which we pose questions to experts in the publishing and/or...
Ask Ronnie: When Should You Stop Querying Agents And Decide To Self-Publish?
Is self-publishing an easier option than traditional publishing? When should writers give up trying to land a paying book deal? Ask Ronnie!
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