Things I Wish I Knew: Kurestin Armada’s First Year of Agenting

Being an agent is a tough job in general. Your first year of being an agent is one of the toughest of your career if not your life! Not only are you learning as you go, you’re also acquiring clients and building your career from the ground up. I likened my first year or twoContinue reading “Things I Wish I Knew: Kurestin Armada’s First Year of Agenting”

Things I Wish I Knew: 5 Things To Know When Writing Diverse Characters by Dahlia Adler

You might know Dahlia Adler as an author, a blogger, a Twitter enthusiast (follow her)–or all three! But I know her as an intelligent advocate of marginalized voices and talented writer of diverse stories. She’s our next expert in the “Things I Wish I Knew” series. Writing diverse characters is a life skill for a writer. ItContinue reading “Things I Wish I Knew: 5 Things To Know When Writing Diverse Characters by Dahlia Adler”

Things I Wish I Knew: About Writing a Cookbook with Allison Day

Today’s “Things I Wish I Knew” post is from cookbook author and award winning blogger Allison Day. Allison Day is the cookbook author of Whole Bowls (Skyhorse, April 2016) and Purely Pumpkin (Skyhorse, Fall 2016), the voice and lens behind Yummy Beet, as well as a food photographer and nutritionist. Allison won gold in the 2015 Taste Canada Food WritingContinue reading “Things I Wish I Knew: About Writing a Cookbook with Allison Day”

Things I Wish I Knew: Q&A with author Karen Katchur

Ever wonder how published authors balance writing and the rest of their lives? Or what it’s like to have that breakthrough moment with a manuscript? Karen Katchur, author of THE SECRETS OF LAKE ROAD (St. Martin’s/Thomas Dunne), has some answers for you. Karen’s first novel THE SECRETS OF LAKE ROAD was declared a “Best Summer Debut” by LibraryContinue reading “Things I Wish I Knew: Q&A with author Karen Katchur”