Guest Post: 6 Ways To Make Comp Titles Work For You by Jennifer Johnson-Blalock

I’m so thrilled to have another great guest post for you! Comparative titles are a major conundrum for many writers. How recent? How many? How perfect do they have to be? I get more questions about comp titles than many other topics–believe it or not. How can you make them work for you? Literary Agent Jennifer Johnson-Blalock tellsContinue reading “Guest Post: 6 Ways To Make Comp Titles Work For You by Jennifer Johnson-Blalock”

Five Ways to Embrace Marketing Your Book (Guest Post)

Today is guest post day! Client, author (LOSING THE LIGHT, Simon and Schuster/Atria Books 2016), and social media expert Andrea Dunlop is here to talk about how to embrace marketing your book. Don’t panic! She has all the answers. (And if you like what you read she is now taking on clients herself as aContinue reading “Five Ways to Embrace Marketing Your Book (Guest Post)”

4 Publishing Industry “Rules” You Can Break (and 6 You MUST follow!)

In publishing rules are just guidelines. We give you these guidelines to help you (believe it or not). We’re not trying to make your life harder; we are trying to show you how to succeed. These guidelines are what you should generally follow, but there are times you can break the rules. A great skillContinue reading “4 Publishing Industry “Rules” You Can Break (and 6 You MUST follow!)”

THE STONE THROWER and The Festival of Literary Diversity (The FOLD) – May 6-8

I can’t tell you how proud I am of the founder of The FOLD (Festival of Literary Diversity). A client and friend, she’s a huge writing talent and activist in the publishing community. She has big news! Jael Richardson has launched a new book today: The African-American football player Chuck Ealey grew up in aContinue reading “THE STONE THROWER and The Festival of Literary Diversity (The FOLD) – May 6-8”