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?
Writing by Genre
Georgie Donaghey is the founder, editor and author of Creative Kids Tales; a one-stop shop for emerging children's authors and illustrators. It provides an opportunity to create or expand children's authors and illustrators online presence and start building a community of … [Read more...] about Children’s Publishing: Creative Kids’ Tales
ABOUT THE AUTHOR... Let's start with hearing more about you... Well, I wanted to write fiction from the time I was a teenager. I remember my friend and I talking about what we’d do after we left school, and I told her I wanted to be a writer. I began my professional … [Read more...] about Author Interview – Kath Engebretson
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
Palace of Tears is the debut novel from author, Julian Leatherdale. It is a brooding generational saga of family, loss, betrayal, vengeance and discovery. Written from a shifting third person narrative, we watch events unfold from the perspective of several different key … [Read more...] about Book Review – PALACE OF TEARS (Julian Leatherdale)