Tell us a little about yourself. My name is Kara Leigh Miller. I’m a wife and stay-at-home mom to 4 kids, 3 pit bulls, and 6 cats. I’m a full-time writer and the Editorial Director here at Anaiah Press. When I’m not writing or editing, I’m busy herding my family, reading, and going to the [...]
AMAZON LINK Isabelle Carson is charging into her senior year equipped with a handy checklist to ensure nothing goes awry. Things she didn't account for: a hot, new guy who almost runs her over, a messed up class schedule, and a boyfriend who dumps her for one of her best friends. All of that pales [...]
Photo by Prateek Katyal on Pexels.com We have some oldies but goodies to share with you today. Our blog has been around for many years and we have some great posts that are too good to be buried in the dust. Find our most popular Writing Tips blog posts below! Engaging Emotions by Penelope Powell [...]
Don't you love this new cover? Perfectly Imperfect by Kara Leigh Miller releases in May! Isabelle Carson is charging into her senior year equipped with a handy checklist to ensure nothing goes awry. Things she didn't account for: a hot, new guy who almost runs her over, a messed up class schedule, and a boyfriend [...]
We welcome both Kara Leigh Miller and David Jemal, authors of our newest young adult release, Warped Remains. Tell us a little about yourself. David: After graduating college with a major I created in finance and culture, I jumped into the world of sales and thus began crisscrossing North America. When I’m not writing the [...]
For so many authors, editing is the single scariest part of the publishing process. You've worked months, sometimes years on your book, and the thought of a stranger coming in and changing your words, your vision, is terrifying! So, ask questions! Know what to expect. It will make the entire process that much easier.
I've seen a lot of discussions lately, both publicly and in private groups, about book reviews. And the same few questions keep resurfacing... Is a reader obligated to leave a review? Is a reader obligated to leave only a positive review?Should an author read their reviews?Is it okay for an author to publicly share a [...]
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 are happy to offer two books for FREE! Don't miss this opportunity to snap them up. #FREEBOOKFRIDAY - June 15, 2018 Corroded by Carrie Dalby Fifteen-year-old Mary Lou Weber is suffocating in her sister's shadow. Though she struggles to break into the light and claim her own identity—and the attention of the cutest guy [...]