Added by Tom Bridgeland on November 30, 2010 at 11:00pm —
Online vocational training programs are increasingly growing in
popularity especially now that more and more people are after courses
that will help that land a job at the soonest possible time. Indeed,
many companies and employers today choose to hire people who have the
skills and proper training on specific trades or specialization.
If you are a student who have just graduated from high school or on your
way to pursue a higher educational, why not consider… Continue
Added by Nita Harris on November 26, 2010 at 1:13am —
Chapter 8 of my on-line serial is now up.
Added by Tom Bridgeland on November 26, 2010 at 12:29am —
Julianna Baggott's PURE trilogy, a YA/adult crossover dystopian novel about a society of haves, who escaped an apocalypse in a futuristic dome-covered city, and have-nots, who survived the nearly destroyed outside world, to Jaime Levine at Grand Central, in a three-book deal, by Nat Sobel at Sobel Weber Associates (NA).
Debut author Marissa Meyer's four-book YA futuristic, fairy-tale inspired series, starting with CINDER, Cinderella is re-envisioned through teen heroine Cinder,… Continue
Added by Georgia McBride on November 24, 2010 at 9:39am —
Jennifer Laughran Literary Agent at Andrea Brown Literary Agency breaks it down.
Added by Adrienne Gelbart on November 23, 2010 at 10:39pm —
James Frey? Who is James Frey? Oprah Book Club......memoir scandle? Ring any bells? Well, James Frey's first novel 'A Million Little Pieces' was published and a part of Oprah's coveted book club, selling eight million copies worldwide. Riding the wave of memoirs, popular back in 2003, until it fell from the sky.
Frey was found and proved to have used fictitious memories in his 'solid' memoir
Follow the link to see the new scheme from James Frey, teetering, if not fully over the… Continue
Added by Adrienne Gelbart on November 23, 2010 at 10:10pm —
It is Zombie Week on www.vampyrekisses.com
and for today's post I am talking with DeAnna Kniplling.. author of Choose Your Adventure! Zombie Apocalypse! Please enjoy!
Tell us about your self is this your first book?
This is the first book that I’m having publicly released, but it’s not my first book. It’s my…uh…eighth. Yes, that’s right, I have six books NOT published, and… Continue
Added by Elizabeth J Kolodziej on November 23, 2010 at 10:08am —
Added by Tom Bridgeland on November 20, 2010 at 10:23pm —
Did you know that on a few occasions, you can pitch to agents, editors, and publishers online? Well, that's what I found out when I attended MuseCon, last month. I listed what I learned and gave a few suggestions on Writers' Ally
Added by Sheri Larsen on November 19, 2010 at 9:57am —
Chapter Six Is Up!
Jon On-The-Run woke from bad dreams. Dreams of rebellion and war, fire and death. He was happy to be awake, even as he came to remember where he was, and why. Billy was filling one lamp from the tin of whale oil, and had lit the… Continue
Added by Tom Bridgeland on November 18, 2010 at 11:54pm —
My fantasy/sci-fi novel The Tale of Jon Handshaker, chapter Five is now up.
Added by Tom Bridgeland on November 17, 2010 at 10:09pm —
Hello i'm new to all of this and i love to write. i have started many stories but never really finished them. My writing isnt that great, but i just wanted to see what people outside of friends and family thought about my ideas and writing. If you would like to check out a part of my story you can go on my profile and check it :) thank you so much and i hope you all have a great day :)
Added by megan hockman on November 17, 2010 at 4:02pm —
Recently I put up a post for my own blog that discussed getting your book into a bookstore. The next day I looked at my hits for the site and found that my site got more views than ever before because of that
post. This made me wonder what I could have done to get that many hits at my
Truth be told, I had tried more then one new thing to get people to look at my site. For instance, I did the… Continue
Added by Elizabeth J Kolodziej on November 17, 2010 at 11:28am —
Dorchester hires new CEO who plans to "revitalize" Dorchester, who has been criticized for not paying some of its authors. Read full article here
Added by Georgia McBride on November 16, 2010 at 1:54pm —
Just posted a link from my blog to the latest chapter of my on-line serial, the science fiction/fantasy novel 'The Tale Of Jon Handshaker.'
Parade Of Fools
The long night of physical labor gave Jon plenty of time to think. The future was clear. He would have to put up with this Handshaker business for a long time, perhaps even right up till he took his final, royal, name. That was always the… Continue
Added by Tom Bridgeland on November 15, 2010 at 11:07pm —
Chapter two of my new novel is posted on line on HubPages. It is an interesting experience writing there. In theory, you can make money, although I haven't made three dollars yet...
Drop in and read it. I'd love to hear feedback.
Added by Tom Bridgeland on November 14, 2010 at 11:00pm —
Put the first chapter of a new novel on line today. http://riverellan.blogspot.com/
Added by Tom Bridgeland on November 13, 2010 at 2:27am —
Added by Georgia McBride on November 12, 2010 at 12:48pm —
Why MFA? Is it worth the money? Can genre writers--including YA writers--have a good experience?
A quick post on my experience in the writing popular fiction program at Seton Hill University and the benefits of further writing education: http://bit.ly/9v0lKi
Added by Elle Stone on November 11, 2010 at 6:30pm —
An interesting blog post highlighting the last, independently owned, private U.S publisher, Kensington Books with an author roster full of New York Times Bestsellers, Literary Award winners and nominees.
Cindy Meyers asks pertinent questions about submitting to Kensington and what authors should ask themselves BEFORE submitting.… Continue
Added by Adrienne Gelbart on November 9, 2010 at 1:16pm —