I found this on Tumblr and I had to share. Word credit to Gail Simone, kickass brilliant feminist writer of comics and wisdom. Photo by me.
Anonymous asks: Thoughts on querying with self published projects in your history? I realize the self published things wouldn’t be query-able, also these things would be self-pub for business reasons (ie short story collection) not “no one else wanted it”. Should you mention it in your author bio for the new book or not, since new […]
Sometimes, I feel lost in the content deluge of Twitter. There are so many wonderful, knowledgeable people to follow! And learn from! But if you follow more than 25 people, the constant chatter can be overwhelming. When Twitter is too much for me, I find myself on Tumblr. For me, it’s just a less noisy […]
Daphne shared with me a question from Gabby, who emails: I’m writing a book… I was wondering if you have any advice on literary agents or any you recommend. Normally, a question like this sends me running for the hills — there’s just SO much I can say — but in the spirit of the […]
Thanks again to Shelli Johannes-Wells for her guest posts on marketing! Please read on for her final blog in the series. Hi everyone thanks for having me here! Today, I’m going to talk through some budget-friendly techniques to get your book out there. Because let’s face it – we are not all Stephenie Meyer and […]