Dear Agony Editor, My publisher confirmed the news I’d been dreading: my new book will be launched online, thanks to COVID-19.
You’re free to write your book’s acknowledgements in whatever way is meaningful to you, Brian Francis writes.
Don’t give up on your ambition to write, even when the doubts take over.
Your author photo is your statement of how you want others to perceive you.
Rewriting your novel to keep up with COVID is likely to do more harm than good.
“I am a Black children’s author, and I believe the industry needs to better understand how hard it is to be a Black children’s author.”
Is your friend really reading your books?
In terms of control, say goodbye to it when you publish a book.
A longer lead time will help your editor adjust plans accordingly.
Four ways that publishers who are looking to think outside the box, bust a few templates, and attract folks with fresh ideas and unique experiences, can feel empowered to do so.