Tag Archive: manuscript

How to Tackle Your Basement and Water Proof Your Revisions…or the Other Way Around

by

By Kimberly J. Sabatini I’m going to talk to you about my basement. (Don’t role your eyes at me–even my kids will tell you that’s not a good idea.)  Yes, I know I’m… Continue reading

The Two Manuscript Dilemma

by

by Darcy Pattison Did you know that when you write something and type the end, you really have two manuscripts? There’s the manuscript in your head and the manuscript on the page and… Continue reading

Getting It Done

by

by Jon Sprunk Thank you so much for inviting me here today. I’m still new to this “author” thing, so contributing to a blog like this is very cool and exciting for me.… Continue reading

COSTUMES, GLITTER, AND BLANK CHECKS: WHAT IT TAKES TO SELL YOUR BOOK

by

by Holly Schindler My path to publication was a long and winding one: seven and a half years to get to the first publishing deal.  And in that time, I racked up so many… Continue reading

It Has To Be Good; Really, Really, Really Good: An Important Point to Make About Your “Babies”

by

By: Michael James Greenwald Last Sunday I talked about Richard Nash and highlighted a segment he did on the Bob Edward’s Show, where he talked about the future of publishing and the limitless… Continue reading

The Practice of Writing

by

By: Michael James Greenwald Happy Sunday everyone.  This weeks topic is “Making Time.”  I spent quite a while mulling over how to approach this post, because it’s something I’ve paid attention to a… Continue reading

  • November 2014
    S M T W T F S
    « Oct    
     1
    2345678
    9101112131415
    16171819202122
    23242526272829
    30  
  • Archives: