Thursday, October 29, 2009

Royalty Statements, Writing, and Self-Publishing

Sorry for the late post; I've been sick.

Kristin Nelson wrote Royalty Statements: Lack Of Detail and Sales By Accounts.

Rachelle Gardner wrote Back to the Basics of writing.

Jessica Faust wrote Which Tense Is Best.

Maya Reynolds wrote Should You Self-Publish?

Monday, October 19, 2009

More on Writing, Publishing, and Promotion

Mary DeMuth wrote What It Takes to Become a Master Writer.

Jessica Faust wrote about how she analyzes manuscripts when considering whether to represent them or not, if category romance authors need an agent, and What Do Publishers Bring to the Table.

Kristin Nelson wrote about Nuts & Bolts: Royalty Statements: Accounting Periods, A Look At Random House, and Reconciliation To Print.

Rachelle Gardner wrote Protocol - When an Agent Offers to Rep You.

Eric wrote Co-Opportunities.

Joe Konrath wrote about Kindle Numbers: Traditional Publishing Vs. Self Publishing.

Nathan Bransford wrote Should You Pay Someone to Edit Your Work?

Monday, October 12, 2009

On Vacation

I'm on vacation for a week, so I don't have a post of interesting links for this week. I'll be back and posting links again by next Monday.

Monday, October 5, 2009

Getting in the publishing door

Megan Crewe wrote about the myth of needing connections to get published in The publishing connections myth: Results!

Jessica Faust wrote Shoot for the Stars and Never Give Up and about knowing when your work is good enough to start querying.

Nathan Bransford wrote advice to Previously Published Authors who are querying agents and about Submitting to Editors Without an Agent and What Do Literary Agents Do?