Maybe you’re unpublished, so you don’t consider yourself a “real writer.” Or perhaps you have had some publishing success, but you’re still convinced your writing isn’t great—and that you’ll soon be exposed as the fraud you think you are. Even well-known published...
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Think you have what it takes to become a well-published writer? Here are some of the signs that you just might be on your way. How many do you exhibit? You’ve done your butt-in-chair time. You’ve logged in long hours, from early mornings to late nights. You...
Submission guidelines pages have their own industry-specific lingo, and navigating the process of submitting your poems, stories, essays, and books requires a certain amount of professionalism and etiquette.
Use this article to learn the best way to define (and interpret) the phrases and words that are part of making strong submissions!
Query Letters: When (Not) To Talk About Multiple Books, Including Sequels, A Series, And Other Projects
Query agents: Learn when you should, or should not, talk about sequels, unpublished manuscripts, self-published manuscripts, and books that are part of a series.
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