Writer’s Digest Presents: Yearbook 2019
Insider’s Guides to Navigating 3 Online Resources for Writers
In our May/June 2018 issue of Writer's Digest, check out our annual 101 Best Websites for Writers! Here, in this online exclusive, we take a deep dive into three handy online resources for writers.
Home Base: Follow These 4 Basic Steps to Begin Building Your Author Blog
Learn the ABCs of how to develop content for your new author blog in the May/June 2018 Writer’s Digest, and follow these basic steps to give your website a firm foundation—which is, actually, a lot like building a house.
Infographic: The Book Reviewer’s Hierarchy of Needs
In his article “Critical Thinking” in the March/April 2018 issue Writer’s Digest, professional book critic Paul Goat Allen shares his criteria for evaluating a novel. Below, find a graphic illustration of his Book Reviewer’s Hierarchy of Needs.
The Deals That Dreams Are Made Of
In this online exclusive by agent Gina Panettieri, we take you behind the scenes of another impressive contract—this one a debut mystery trilogy from an unlikely source that inspired a bidding war.
A Guide to #PitchWars & #PitMad
Who would have thought that a little blue bird and a pound sign could enhance your #writing life—and even land you an agent? Tweet your way to success with this handy guide to the best hashtags for writers.
Inside the Agent-Author Relationship
When you sign with an agent, you’re choosing a partner for your career—which means it’s important to choose carefully. We asked subscribers to share the best parts of their agent relationships, showing both what’s important and what’s possible. Let the stories below be a guide as you seek the right match—and read more about the requirements of a solid partnership in the October 2017 Writer’s Digest.
Author Platform Building: How to Create a Valuable Email List For Your Book
Your email list can be your single most valuable marketing tool. Learn the hows and whys of building and growing your own roster—and putting it to work for you.