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Friday, March 8, 2013

The Publishing Pulse: March 8th, 2013

If you love using the word ‘literally’ in the casual sense, then this post is for you.

Whether you’re planning to self publish your novel or want to increase the chance of an agent or editor falling in love with your book (and writing), a freelance editor is something you’ll want to consider. Joel Friedlander explained how to find the right freelance editor for your project.

The Association of American Publishers criticizes Amazon’s bid for a .book domain name.

The group behind NaNoWriMo (which is usually held in November) is holding a Camp NaNoWriMo Challenge for both April and July. Check out this post for more information. There are some similarities and some changes to the regular one held in November.

Many author websites are linked to the author’s blog. When you visit the website, you’re usually greeted with a static landing page. This same feature is now available to bloggers who use Wordpress and Blogger. This enables you to turn your blog into a website. People who want to check out your blog (also known as dynamic pages) just have to click on the page.

Since conference season is upon us, agent Mary Kole shares some tips to help you get the most out of the next one you attend.

Agent Rachelle Gardner talked about manuscript perfection. She also discussed author rights and responsibilities, and why thinking negative thoughts can be a good thing.

Have a great weekend everyone!

Stina Lindenblatt @StinaLL writes young adult and new adult novels. In her spare time, she’s a photographer and blogging addict, and can be found hanging out on her blog

1 comment:

Natalie Aguirre said...

Thanks for the links, Stina.