Do you find it hard to tear yourself away from your writing to take a proper break? Then read this post to give you all the excuses you need to book a proper vacation – your writing will be better for it in the long-term!
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John Potter writes: In this time of emergent digital publishing, writers have never been more empowered to write the kind of books they want to write. There is an audience for everyone. But are we doing ourselves and our readers an injustice by mistaking the potential of writing our kind of book, with writing for ourselves? […]
This post originally appeared on Jane Friedman’s blog. Platform is one of the most difficult concepts to explain, partly because everyone defines it a little differently. So let’s break down this thing called platform a (more…)
Jane Friedman, former publisher of Writer’s Digest, current Online Media Professor at the University of Cincinnati and esteemed advisor to The Alliance of Independent Authors – is on the move. Orna caught up with her as she prepares to leave Cincinnati, preparing to take up her new role as Online Editor for the illustrious Virginia […]
Triskele Books is a team of six, three of whom are publishing books this summer. We all have day jobs and different skill sets but what we share is that we’re all writers. Together, we make one hell of a team. The motivation behind the birth of Triskele came after a series of online conversations […]