Who doesn’t want to see their book get turned into a movie one day? Book trailers are a great way to not only promote and market your book, but it helps potential readers understand what your story is about without even having to read a summary.
Having trouble getting your story started? Let’s talk about plots and subplots: what they are, how they work, and the best way to create them to drive your story forward.
I’m so excited to announce that my new book, Every Waking Dream, is available for pre-order through Amazon! The release date is September 1st, 2021.
If you write on any platforms like Wattpad or Inkitt, then you’ve probably been emailed or left a comment about writing for other apps promising big payouts. Rule of thumb: Don’t buy it.
Most authors I’ve spoken to have said that their writing journey either started out with poetry or by posting various works of fanfiction on online writing platforms such as Wattpad, Inkitt, Goodnovel, etc. Here are some pros and cons of using these free writing platforms for your stories:
Ever heard of #authorsupport? Well, that’s what writer’s lifts are for – a way to support and uplift your fellow writers with the added benefit of possibly getting some followers.
As the moderator for the YA (Young Adult) group on Inkitt, I created a little list defining the difference between young adult and adult works of fiction. For those of you gearing up to send off query letters to publishing houses, it’s important to know what category your book falls into.
Everyone starts off with an obligatory introductory post! So, here’s another one:
Everyone makes mistakes – especially when they’re young with stars in there eyes.
Good reviews are always honest reviews. Constructive criticism is how authors learn to improve their work.