Six Types of Content Your Readers are Craving

Books are a world unto themselves, containing every sort of information imaginable. Some of it is imaginary. Much of it isn’t. Some sits somewhere between the two, such as historical fiction. We all have our preferences: there are [...]

Six Types of Content Your Readers are Craving2019-09-19T13:32:57-07:00

TaleFlick Marketplace: The Book-to-Movie Resource for Authors and Producers

You’d be hard-pressed to find a published author who wouldn’t like to see a movie- or TV-based version of their book. Movie and TV adaptations of books bring added notoriety and popularity to a book, reinvigorate a book’s [...]

TaleFlick Marketplace: The Book-to-Movie Resource for Authors and Producers2019-09-12T08:19:09-07:00

Finding Agents, Publishers, and Publications: Duotrope for Newbies

One of the most tedious endeavors when pursuing traditional publication is finding agents, publishers, and publications that will accept, represent and print your work for readers to enjoy. Currently one of the best resources available for authors is [...]

Finding Agents, Publishers, and Publications: Duotrope for Newbies2019-09-04T07:42:05-07:00

Why You Should Still Write and Submit Short Fiction in 2019

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

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

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