In The Key to Everything, the protagonist Genny faces a sacrifice she never saw coming. In fact, as the author writing the story, I never saw it coming either. But, there it was, and I wondered if I were challenged in the same way whether I would be able to follow through as Genny did.
In a query letter, authors are often instructed to include the book's details -- title, word count, age category, and genre. This is to help the editor know internally where the book belongs in terms of imprints; it helps marketing know how to promote the book, and it helps booksellers know where to shelve your book in stores / libraries.
Photo by Mabel Amber on Pexels.com Introducing the team of authors of WARPED REMAINS, Kara Leigh Miller and David Jemal. Expect Warped Remains later this year! Tell us a bit about yourself. Include a couple of facts that not a lot of people know about you. David: After graduating college with a major I created [...]
We have another beautiful cover reveal! This time it is another romantic suspense by Laura Thomas's, The Lighthouse Baby. Coming in May! Life on the run is all Bella King knows. But after letting down her guard and opening her heart in a charming small town along the Oregon Coast, a chilling revelation forces her [...]
Photo by rawpixel.com on Pexels.com Are you a plotter or a pantser? Or something in between? (A plantser? That sounds weird.) Pantsers want to know what's so great about being plotters, while plotters wonder how pantsers get anything done. And the in-between? They're just a different breed. Like most things in life, there are advantages [...]