The Total Package:
A Simple Checklist to Make Your Work Ready For an Agent - By Natalie R.
manuscript to an agent is simpler than you think. Try
this checklist and see if your manuscript is ready to go.
Thickening the Plot - by Dr. Vicki Hinze
Is it enough to create just a storyline? Vicki Hinze
takes us through some steps to plotting a well-crafted
Playing by their
rules: The Ever-Changing E-Guideline - by Rob Holden
Submitting your manuscript to traditional print
publishers is a far cry to submitting your work to the
online publishing markets. Rob is a long-time fiction
writer. His first novel, a mystery/thriller, will be
How to Spread the
Word-of-Mouse - by Peggy Tibbetts.
Learn how to increase your book sales, and your
readership at the same time with this article. Peggy is a
Contributing Editor for Writing World and WP World Muse.
A Book Promotion's
Key Elements for Maximum Publicity by Dr. Lorna
Give your books the maximum possible exposure with this
checklist from an award-winning author.
Dr. Lorna Tedder is a best-selling author who routinely
shares her writing and marketing expertise at national
writers' conferences, online, and through her writing
Baen Free Library by Eric Flint.
Baen Books have recently announced they will be offering
backlisted titles free in their new Baen Free Library
program. Read what Eric Flint, Baen's First Librarian,
has to say.
Promoting Your Book
Online by Moira Allen
Promoting your book online can be a relatively simple
task, as long as you know where you're headed. Moira is
the ex-managing editor of the now-defunct Inkspot/Inklings,
and currently the managing editor of Writing-World.com
Fiction by G.W.Thomas
Gary Thomas takes a look at creating short-short fiction
and making it work in as few words as possible. Gary is
the editor of the E-Genre News e-zine.
Will Your Book Sell
on the Web? by Greg Spence.
Try this 16-point checklist to see if your book will sell
on the web. Greg Spence is the editor and publisher of
the Get Published e-zine.