How To Create a Podcast, Develop an Audience, and Get Your Novel Published
We’ve discussed podcasting to help promote the book you’ve written—but what about podcasting as a way to tell the story itself? Here, author Liz Keller Whitehurst discusses how the podcast of her novel, Messenger, came to be.
Announcing the Get Published in 2022: Breaking In Resource Directory
Announcing the Get Published in 2022: Breaking In Resource Directory from Writer's Digest magazine, which includes advice from 41 agents, 39 debut authors, and 27 small presses.
Abbreviation vs. Acronym vs. Initialism (Grammar Rules)
Learn when you're using an abbreviation vs. acronym vs. initialism with Grammar Rules from the Writer's Digest editors, including a few examples of correct usages.
WD Presents: 6 WDU Courses, an Upcoming Virtual Conference, and More!
This week, we’re excited to announce six new WDU courses, a romance writing virtual conference, and more!
Going From Me to We: Collaborating on the Writing of a Novel
Past experiences taught bestselling author Alan Russell to tread lightly when it came to collaborating on projects. Here, he discusses how the right person and the right story helped him go from a “me” to a “we.”