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The new wave of indie authors who’ve become publishers, taking publishing into their own hands, are excited. And why not? They can publish an ebook that appears just a professional as a traditionally published ebook on a shoestring budget, depending on what they’re unable to do themselves so contract out.Read More Authors Struggling in a Changing Publishing World
Students often felt disillusioned when I sent back edits on their work and suggestions for improvement. They’d come to class, not to learn how to write better, but for me to tell them they were born writers and to submit their work to Publisher X to start their million-dollar careers.
But all writers, just like everyone that gets on those bicycles, have to push and train those muscles to get better. It takes practice, tons of it. Maintaining the status quo may be the easy way to participate, but the most rewards come from the hardest work.Read More Why Writing is Like Going to the Gym
Regardless of whether you think the science fiction genre has been diluted or expanded by including more sub-genres, the good news is that it’s a good-selling genre for writers. Sawyer even indicated, “Science fiction exports well,” saying he’s been one of the best selling SF authors in China.
So how popular is science fiction with today’s readers? Very!Read More Robert Sawyer Talks About Science Fiction
In fact, Lou started out with something we could all relate to as bloggers and Web writers, a feeling he’d experienced in the beginning of his Web career: “This is frustrating; I feel like quitting.” And then he took us along on his personal journey to success, inspiring and teaching with anecdotes.Read More Lessons Learned in Master Writing Session with Lou Mongello at TBEX at Sea
Over 20 million passengers around the world take a cruise every year! That may sound like a lot of people until you find out it’s only half the number of people who visit Las Vegas annually. And yes, Las Vegas is a must-do, but I also believe that everyone should take a cruise at least […]Read More 5 Reasons Every Author Should Experience an Ocean Cruise Ship
Saying I don’t like writing exercises would be the polite way to phrase my opinion–in a confidential chat I’d be much more likely to say I hate doing them, and dislike coming up with them for presenting at workshops I lead myself even more. But that would have been a week ago, before I attended […]Read More Getting Inspired to Write with Saskatchewan G-G Award Winning Author–Dianne Warren