We all know that today, writers are expected to be active in social media—but most of us also admit that we’d rather be writing! This webinar will show you how to make the most of your time networking online.
This box set combines all the best information available to writers looking to find an agent and get their book projects published, including webinars, subscription to Writer’s Digest, and more!
Looking for motivation and helpful advice for your writing career? Here’s an inspiring guide that helps with everything from organizing your writing life to strategies for building your author platform.
This is the most thorough, practical writing reference I’ve worked with. It’s packed with Maass’s craft and business know-how from his decades as an agent.
The best writers never stop looking for ways to become even better—and this issue is full of techniques to help you do just that. This digital issue offers countless proven craft tips right at your fingertips.
Simply put, good books on the world of magazine writing can be elusive. This is an exception. If you’re looking to write for magazines, this is your book'
Not only is this a comprehensive thesaurus, it also has word find sections that list a variety of words on one topic.
This OnDemand webinar by agent Kristin Nelson of Nelson Literary, delves into the common pitfalls when writing these genres, and helps writers examine what makes up a compelling pitch.
What makes a story great? This book gives you the answers by examining story architecture and the elements that all stories should incorporate to be successful.
Fair or not, editors and agents will give up on your manuscript if it doesn't hook their attention in the first few pages. Writer's Digest editorial director Jane Friedman will clue you in on how to buy your manuscript more time by making sure your first chapter is a must-read.
What makes a horror such as Dracula still so terrifying? Learn from the masters of the genre in this book edited by the Horror Writers Association.
Literary agent Rachelle Gardner, one of the largest agent bloggers in the country, looks at how to shape a pitch and query to get an agent's attention.
The 2012 Writer's Market Deluxe Edition includes everything you expect in the regular copy of Writer's Market PLUS a 1-year subscription to WritersMarket.com.
Is your character more of a Helmut or a Harry? Packed with more than 25,000 names from anywhere and everywhere, it'll take the pain out of names and help you brand your characters with ease.
You Can Write Children's Books Workbook gives you dozens of exercises to move your children's book from idea publication. I love Tracey Dils' encouraging, hands-on approach.
We live in an age when the tools to reach your audience are free, and easy to use. This webinar will help you learn to leverage these tools and others in an effort to build and maintain your audience.
Crafting a manuscript in a month is no easy feat. But this special issue of Writer’s Digest is filled with all the tools you need to rise to the challenge, from time-management tips to in-depth articles and much more.
The Write Great Fiction Series CD is an incredibly comprehensive resource for writers, containing all 5 books in the series. I love how easy it is to jump from one topic to the next and find the information you need.
These two books offer great advice on building a sold platform from scratch, creating an attractive proposal package and more.
Hooked shows you plenty of examples of first pages that grab readers, and it includes a collection of quotes from literary agents explaining what they like to see in Chapter 1. This book is an excellent resource!
This Poet's Market edition is packed with all-new editorial material devoted to the craft, business, and promotion of poetry. It's the most information we've ever jammed into one edition!
Revising and editing your own work is never easy, but novelist James Scott Bell presents a plan to help you assess your work objectively while keeping the task of revision manageable.
Then you have to be a teacher...right? Not exactly: This book goes beyond default career paths for English majors and breaks down myriad options they might not have considered pursuing.
You won't find one bit of ordinary or formulaic advice in THIS book from George Singleton - but you will find bushels of wisdom, charmingly illustrated by Daniel Wallace of Big Fish fame!