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How Freelance Writers Are Using TikTok to Find Success
TikTok is one of the hotter social media platforms, but it's more than just BookTok. Author C. Hope Clark shares how freelance writers are using TikTok to find success.
Freelance Food Writing: How to Break Into the Industry
Food writer Deanna Martinez-Bey shares her advice on breaking into the freelance food-writing industry, including finding your niche, pitching ideas, and more.
6 Ways To Collaborate With Other Writers Ahead of Your Book Launch
Writer Aileen Weintraub shares how to find your writing community in the process of launching your book.
Funny You Should Ask: My agent is leaving publishing. Now what?
Literary agent Barbara Poelle shares the behind the scenes action when an agent leaves the business and when it's time to table a novel that isn't selling.
YouTube Scripts as an Income Stream for Freelance Writers
Savvy freelance writers are constantly searching for potential income streams for their writing businesses. FundsForWriters.com founder C. Hope Clark shares how writing scripts for YouTube could be the next big opportunity.
New Agent Alert: Michelle Jackson of Olswanger Literary
Literary agent alerts (with this spotlight featuring Michelle Jackson of Olswanger Literary) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.
8 Steps To Prepare for Podcasts and Radio Interviews To Promote Your Forthcoming Book
If public speaking gives you anxiety, then let author Aileen Weintraub guide you through the process with these 8 steps to help you prepare for podcast and radio interviews.
Auguries and Alchemy: Starting a New Publishing Company
Publisher Pamona Sparrow shares what inspired her to start her new publishing company, Auguries and Alchemy, and how to submit to your own magical stories.
Writer's Digest September/October 2022 Cover Reveal
Writer's Digest is excited to announce our Sept/Oct 2022 issue featuring our Annual Literary Agent Roundup, an interview with NYT-bestselling YA horror novelist Tiffany D. Jackson, and articles about writing sinister stories.
6 Steps to Writing Companion Pieces To Reach New Audiences for Your Forthcoming Book
Companion pieces aren’t only meant to serve as promotion for your upcoming book—they also offer you a chance to break apart the different themes of your work to attract a larger audience. Here, author Aileen Weintraub shares 6 steps to writing companion pieces to reach new audiences for your upcoming book.
Funny You Should Ask: Proofreading Errors and Supply Chain Issues
Literary agent Barbara Poelle answers questions about what to do if you've found a mistake in your published book and how supply chain issues are affecting publication dates.
A Conversation With Jaden Terrell on Writer Expectations, Part 1 (Killer Writers)
Killer Nashville founder Clay Stafford continues his series of interviews with mystery, thriller, and suspense authors. Here he has a conversation with novelist Jaden Terrell about writer expectations and success.