By Rodney Winther
By Rodney Winther
By Gerold Prauss
By Bruce Mowday
The publishing international has tremendously replaced within the final decade and today’s profitable authors have to be entertainers, promoters and savvy company vendors. the times of ebook excursions and sitting in conventional booklet retailers to promote books are fast fading.
Selling Your publication deals non-traditional suggestion to assist authors turn into winning and raise e-book sales.
By Windy Lynn Harris
brief tales and private essays have by no means been hotter--or extra an important for a profitable writing occupation. incomes bylines in magazines and literary journals is an amazing approach to get spotted and earn destiny possibilities in either brief- and long-form writing.
Writing & promoting brief tales & own Essays capitalizes at the approval for those genres via educating at the key steps to publishing brief works: crafting first-class items and effectively filing them. you will learn the way to:
Featuring recommendation and examples from a mess of released authors, Writing & promoting brief tales & own Essays is a must have for any writer's bookshelf.
By Celia Blue Johnson
* to satisfy his cut-off date for The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Victor Hugo positioned himself below strict residence arrest, locking up all of his outfits and donning not anything yet a wide grey scarf until eventually he entire the book.
* Virginia Woolf used crimson ink for romance letters, diary entries, and to pen her acclaimed novel Mrs. Dalloway. additionally, in her twenties, she most well-liked to put in writing whereas status up.
* Friedrich Schiller saved a drawer filled with rotten apples in his learn. in keeping with his spouse, he couldn’t paintings with no that smelly smell wafting into his nose.
* Eudora Welty evaluated her paintings with scissors convenient. If whatever had to be moved, she minimize it correct out of the web page. Then she’d use pins to place the part in its new place.
In Odd style Writers, you’ll discover why James Joyce wrote in crayon, what Edgar Allan Poe’s cat was once doing on his shoulder, why Vladimir Nabokov needed to maintain his ft rainy, and the opposite abnormal instruments and whimsical equipment used to compose a number of the maximum works of all time.
By Cecilia M. Beach
Until lately, French ladies playwrights had got virtually no severe recognition and their works have been for the main half thoroughly unknown, yet this quantity is facts of the real contribution they've got made to international literature. It provides an intensive checklist of the dramatic works of greater than four hundred French ladies playwrights from the sixteenth via nineteenth centuries and comprises short biographical details, in addition to book, functionality, and availability info for almost 3,000 plays.
The quantity contains authors who're quite unknown, in addition to extra canonical names reminiscent of Marguerite de Navarre and George Sand. The ebook is split into 4 chapters, each one dedicated to a selected century with authors indexed alphabetically. every one access contains easy biographical information regarding the writer, reminiscent of pseudonyms, position and date of start and demise, professions or actions for which the writer is understood, and different genres during which the writer wrote. performs are indexed chronologically lower than the author's name.
By William M. Johnston
By Everett U. Crosby
By Frank Möller
By Christopher Keaveney