Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards, Deadline 3 April
For those of my followers who have a self-published book, here are the details of the Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards where you can win $8k and a trip to America, plus the latest newsletter:
Win $8,000 and a trip to the Writer's Digest Conference.
Enter by April 3.
$8,000 and a trip to the Writer's Digest Conference. Enter by April 3.
self-published book could be celebrated by Writer's Digest
Deadline: April 3, 2017
The decision to self-publish your
book is a bold move. It can take an unfathomable amount of time,
research and money—maybe even a few sleepless nights. If you've
self-published your book, you deserve recognition. You deserve to be
rewarded for your dedication.
If your head is spinning from the
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Whether you're actively trying to
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March/April 2017 Writer's Digest is full of ways to jump-start your
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they're looking for and grow your career. We learned so much, in fact,
in compiling this issue that we wanted to celebrate its release by
sharing our four favorite lessons here:Read More...
Hybrid Author Guide:
Traditional publishing and self publishing is not an either/or kind of
thing. You can do both. This method-hybrid publishing- is working for
thousands of writers. And this free guide explains how it can work for
In this free live webinar on Tuesday
March 7, five top Reedsy
editors will share their ultimate revision tips and give you the
inside scoop on querying agents. If you're looking to secure a book
deal, you must first know how to write the perfect query letter, when
it's best to submit that query, and how to polish your manuscript to
best appeal to agents and publishers. This webinar is the perfect
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include an extensive Q&A session at the end, where you will be able
to get all your questions answered by our panel of experts.
In this invaluable event, you'll get
to work with an agent online to review and refine the first ten pages
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Here is what Justin is looking to rep:
For middle grade, he seeks fantasy, sci-fi, paranormal, adventure, and
historical fiction. In young adult, he seeks fantasy, sci-fi,
paranormal, adventure, historical fiction, contemporary, and dystopian fiction.
For new adult, he seeks fantasy, contemporary romance, and sci-fi. And
for adult, he seeks fantasy, sci-fi, and historical fiction. Here's how
to pitch him:Read More...
Robert Lee Brewer and Brian A. Klems
discuss New Year's resolutions for writers, how to stay on track and
what you can learn from failed resolutions of the past that can help
you reach your writing goals and have an awesome 2017.