10 Tips for Achieving Your Author Career Goals

2020-03-23T09:41:00-07:00

Like any project, writing and publishing a book requires dedication, time, and a supportive team for a professional final product. The professional editors and writers at Midnight Publishing know this from working with hundreds of clients in the [...]

10 Tips for Achieving Your Author Career Goals2020-03-23T09:41:00-07:00

Why You Should Still Write and Submit Short Fiction in 2019

2019-04-17T07:29:49-07:00

Short fiction submissions and publications in newspapers and literary magazines used to be one of the most popular and widely used ways for authors to demonstrate their talents to publishers and even grow a readership before they’d published [...]

Why You Should Still Write and Submit Short Fiction in 20192019-04-17T07:29:49-07:00

2 Ways to Elevate Your Writing in 2019

2018-12-07T11:07:02-07:00

Part of the evolution as a writer (and self-editor) is to elevate your craft. It's about striving to describe things with clearer language, create three-dimensional, complex protagonists and villains that readers care about. To write dialogue that’s natural-sounding [...]

2 Ways to Elevate Your Writing in 20192018-12-07T11:07:02-07:00

Is There a “Code” for Writing a Bestseller?

2018-12-07T13:53:47-07:00

Just what makes a book a bestseller has been evading agents and publishers for decades. Is it a writer’s unmistakable talent, a brilliant marketing plan, a shift in technology (the rise of e-readers and erotica, for instance)? However, the one thing [...]

Is There a “Code” for Writing a Bestseller?2018-12-07T13:53:47-07:00

Amazon’s CreateSpace and KDP Print are Merging: What It Means for Authors

2019-01-28T12:56:10-07:00

We recently reported on the multiple printing options available to self-published authors through Amazon with their CreateSpace and newly-launched-as-of-2018 Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) Print programs (find the blog post here). Lo and behold, it’s recently been announced that [...]

Amazon’s CreateSpace and KDP Print are Merging: What It Means for Authors2019-01-28T12:56:10-07:00