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Fun Fact Friday!!! - The Rise of New York as the Publishing Capital

Picture is a READ sculpture made of 25,000 Dr. Seuss Books at New York Public Library in 2011.

I love New York City. Like, literally love everything about it. 1,219 more words

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Top 10 Things Publicists want Authors to Know

You’ve handed in your manuscript, completed all the edits and now your job is done. You’re thinking that now it’s up to your publisher’s publicity machine to make your book a success. 1,573 more words

Beginning Writers

Literary Agent vs Publicist

So, I told you I would dive a little deeper into what exactly a publicist does versus a literary agent so there’s no confusion. Because, as I said before, I was confused. 567 more words

Beginning Writers

Agent Do's & Dont's

Literary agents play an important role in your writing journey. They’re a vital asset in helping you achieve your goals.

However, a lot of first time writers have a misconception on exactly what a literary agent does and doesn’t do. 734 more words

Beginning Writers

The TRUTH about Copyrights

Do I need to copyright my novel, nonfiction book, short story, essay, or poems by registering them with the Copyright Office (Library of Congress) before submitting to literary agents or literary journals and magazines for publication? 826 more words

Beginning Writers