All posts tagged "publishing advice"

  • How Book Advances Work – An Easy To Follow Guide - Writers Life
    How Book Advances Work – An Easy To Follow Guide

    Being accepted by a publisher or literary agent is incredibly exciting, and a dream come true for many writers. However whether you are new to the process, or have had work published before, you will soon realise...

    • Posted December 11, 2015
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  • What Do Publishers Really Want? - Writer's Life.org
    What Do Publishers Really Want?

    Understanding what publishers really want isn’t as easy as one might think. Many writers believe they have a fantastic story within them, and if you are writing purely for your own pleasure, or simply have a need...

    • Posted December 7, 2015
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  • 5 Tips For Authors On How To Deal With Rejection - Writer's Life
    5 Tips For Authors On How To Deal With Rejection

    There is no writer on this planet who hasn’t had to deal with rejection at some point. Whether it be a rejection from a publisher, or simply a teacher, colleague, parent or friend saying they didn’t enjoy...

    • Posted November 10, 2015
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  • Three Tips for New Freelance Writers - Writer's Life.org
    Three Tips for New Freelance Writers

    Share, Pin or Retweet If You Love Writing! You finally took your freelancing full-time, and the day you left the rat race was one for the books. You tossed your red stapler into a cardboard box and...

    • Posted July 3, 2015
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  • Are You The Kind Of Writer Who Is A Loner? - Writer's Life.org
    Are You The Kind Of Writer Who Is A Loner?

    In publishing, we’re constantly asking writers—typically a rather introverted bunch—to get involved, to engage, to network, to join groups and go to conferences. I often find myself wondering how many of you cringe every time you hear...

    • Posted June 17, 2015
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