Tag: publishing advice

For authors, by authors, one word at a time

To Self-publish or Not, How to Bring Your Book to the World

The scariest part of being a writer, after the first word, the last word, and everything in between, is deciding what to do once you’ve written your masterpiece. Image courtesy of Rebekah Jonesy Writing The End isn’t the end. It’s the end of the first chapter of getting published. So what’s the second chapter? Figure out how…
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October 11, 2017 0

10 Helpful Publishing Options to Expose Your Work to the World

Often the writing, daunting as it may seem sometimes, is the easy part about writing. Even editing can be easier than deciding how to publish. There are so many options today and each has benefits and limitations. It’s important to understand each option and what it offers at what cost before choosing a publishing route.…
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October 6, 2017 0

How One Small Press Chooses Stories

Bushmead Press is a small indie publisher that produced the Monsters anthology our creative director, Stephanie Ayers, and one of our contributors, David Wiley, have stories featured in. When Tyler Omichinski proposed this guest post, we were all for it. Have an inside scoop on how one small press chooses the stories for its anthology.…
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December 26, 2016 0