It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these, but I’ve come across some great posts this past month. Don’t forget you can check out the masterlist (click the tab at the top of the page) for a comprehensive list of helpful writing topics.
Agent Tips – From Querying to Accepting an Offer
A comprehensive post covering each stage on the journey to acquiring an agent, including how to set out your query letter, what to do if your manuscript is requested, what to do if you receive an offer and how to handle multiple offers.
Understand the Key Book Publishing Paths
Not sure if you want to go the traditional publishing route or self publish? This infographic looks at the various book publishing paths, including the values of each and any warnings.
Ever wondered how copyright applies to your writing, including your unpublished writing? This post explains it.
31 Ways to Find New Readers, Outside Your Network
Though this post is aimed specifically at Indie authors, it is just as relevant for those who are traditionally published. Lots of suggestions on how to reach readers beyond your usual social media circles.
What Are the Real Costs of Self-Publishing? Wrong Question
A great post for those looking at self-publishing and how best to budget to produce a profitable product.
2 thoughts on “Helpful Blog Posts – May 2013”
Thankies for the pingback, Jo! Love your blog–I’ll have to stop back by. 🙂
You’re welcome, Erin. Thanks for the informative post on copyright. 🙂