When even C-list celebrities won't talk, it's time to resort to Plan B.
If it feels like you're writing in murky waters these days, well, you are. Lying, plagiarism and other misdeeds have always been part of publishing, but in the digital age it's more prevalentand more easily caughtthan ever.
All paper is not created equal. Yes, you could write in 39 ? school notebooks, but your journal should be recorded on a medium that will endure.
Omniscient point of view can lend richness and flexibility to your storybut only if you use it with a disciplined and purposeful hand.
Do you still have first-time rights to your work if it's been printed in blogs, e-zines or tiny defunct journals? Well, the rules aren't so black and white any more.
What You Can Do About Aggregators
On paper, they were perfect for each otherso why couldn't this agent immediately recognize our writer's genius?
Discover the real deal about display sites that seem too good to be true.
The winner of the 1999 Writer's Digest National Self-Published Book Awards talks about the journey that led him to publishing success.
With a bit of imagination and initiative, you can gain publicity for your book without emptying your bank account.
Whether your first or 10th book is about to hit store shelves, a Web site is the key to promoting your latest work. Here's what you need.
Editors want to say yes to your story as badly as you want them to?so make it easy for them with these five steps.
Hang in there! You can finesse your way to the end of your first draft with advice from novelists who've been there and lived to tell another tale.
Writing humor is subjective and challengingthankfully, there are many ways to create it. How to Write Funny provides advice, insights and humor from more that twenty writers with a gift for making readers laugh
Word choice: It''s writing''s core. Although it takes practice to always use the exact right word, be sure to keep these guidelines in mind.
The Premise of Your Story
Find out if you need individual liability insurance, and learn how to protect yourself from libel or invasion of privacy claims.
Seven Tips for Formatting Your Article Manuscript
Michael Korda is both editor and writer Another Life is his latest memoir. Speaking with interviewer Marsha Marks, he provides perspective from both sides of the editor's desk.
Award-winning authors Tom and Marilyn Ross share their twenty years of industry knowledge in Jump Start Your Books Sales
You may not be a copyright expert...but that's OK. This guide will help you understand the basics to protect yourself.
Choose your first reader wisely if you want to advance your writing career (and still keep your friends).
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