Learn the craft of writing from those who know it best.
This is Writers On Writing – An Author’s Guide, where your favorite authors share their secrets in the ultimate guide to becoming – and being – an author.
In this first volume you’ll find in-depth essays from authors such as Jack Ketchum, Brian Hodge, Mercedes M. Yardley, Tim Waggoner, Jasper Bark, Kevin Lucia, Monique Snyman, Todd Keisling, and Dave-Brendon de Burgh. Edited by Joe Mynhardt.
“The Infrastructure of the Gods: 11 Signposts for Going all the Way” by Brian Hodge
“The Writer’s Purgatory: Between Finishing the First Draft and Submitting the Manuscript” by Monique Snyman
“Why Rejection is Still Important” by Kevin Lucia
“Real Writers Steal Time” by Mercedes M. Yardley
“What Right Do I Have to Write” by Jasper Bark
“Go Pace Yourself” by Jack Ketchum
“A Little Infusion of Magic” by Dave-Brendon de Burgh
“Never Look Away: Confronting Your Fears in Fiction” by Todd Keisling
“Once More With Feeling” by Tim Waggoner
Writers On Writing is an ongoing series of 15,000 to 20,000 word eBooks, with original ‘On Writing’ essays by writing professionals. A new edition will be launched every few months. Future volumes will include essays by the likes of Kealan Patrick Burke, Richard Thomas, Mark Scioneaux, Rena Mason, J.G. Faherty, William Meikle, Lucy A. Snyder, Kate Jonez, Chantal Noordeloos, Taylor Grant, Gary McMahon, Lori Michelle, Robert W. Walker, Brian Kirk, Lisa Morton, Lynda E. Rucker, Maria Alexander, and many more.
Writers On Writing give young authors the guidance they need, but has advice for all authors, from the interested newbie to the seasoned veteran (sounds delicious, right?). This ongoing series of essays on the craft of writing will include all topics related to writing fiction, including:
Plot & Structure
Creating a bond with your reader
Advanced writing and plotting techniques
The Writer’s Life
Writing blurbs and descriptions
Cover design & layout
The Writing Process
Show don’t Tell
Building a solid career
Targeting a specific genre
Sharpening your writing skills
Making every word count
Putting together an Anthology
Working with other artists
Writing for a career
Treating it as a business
Running a small press
Financing your career
Keeping track of your royalties
Building a fan-base
And so much more…
Are you ready to be called an author?