Laurie Bell, can you tell us a little bit more about yourself? Sure thing. I work as an administrator (yes, I have a full time job), and once upon a time I was a teacher. I have been writing ever since I was a kid, reading even longer than that. My poppa used to read me stories … [Read more...] about Author Interview with fantasy fiction writer, Laurie Bell
We took a moment to chat with Keith McArdle; author and sometime MAA client. We wanted to know a little more about his life as a writer; how he writes, what he writes and what drives him. He was kind enough to take the time to tell us all about it… Can you tell us a little bit … [Read more...] about Author interview with action/thriller writer Keith McArdle
I get asked this question a lot. And my general response is to say that it is a personal choice. Once you have completed your manuscript (MS), edited it and perfected it (and potentially sought professional manuscript development), there are four pathways (as I see it) open to … [Read more...] about Part 1: Approach an agent or a publisher…what to do?
Karen Wood is a much-loved MAA appraiser, and an outstanding person who we feel privileged to work with. She also happens to be a devoted published author of teen fiction and a committed supporter of other emerging writers. In this article, that we pinched (with permission) from … [Read more...] about Structuring Your Novel by Karen Wood
The Manuscript Agency was recently invited to post a guest blog for Self-Publishers' Showcase, a wonderful resource of information and support for authors choosing to self-publish. Finding the path to writing a ‘publishable’ piece of fiction is a balancing act: it … [Read more...] about More on… Manuscript Appraisals