Book Royalties for Authors: How Do They Work

You’ve probably come across the term royalties if you’re a reader or considering becoming an author. In the simplest terms, a royalty is what publishers pay an author for the rights to publish his or her book. But…

How to Find Publishers

If you would like to go the traditional publishing route, then you need to find a publisher. In this article, we share how to find a publisher that best matches your needs. Let’s look at the three kinds…

Publishing Your Novel: 4 Secret Pet Peeves of Acquiring Editors

If you are pursuing publishing your novel with one of the big five publishers (Hachette Book Group, HarperCollins, Macmillan, Penguin Random House, Simon and Shuster), and if you are lucky, at some point, your manuscript will find itself…

Three Things to Remember About Joan Didion: Prolific Author and Essayist

Joan Didion, an American fiction author, was a California native who strived to impact the world through her poignant, highly political prose. Didion’s impenetrable relationship with depicting societal unrest throughout California is of most special remembrance. For lack…

J.K. Rowling’s Secret Book

Have you ever heard of Robert Galbraith? Chances are that unless you were among a very small niche of crime-novel-readers, you would never have come across the name before. Galbraith is the author of a detective novel entitled…

Traditional Publishing vs. Self-Publishing

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Although self-publishing has become popular among authors who don’t get a traditional publishing deal, there seems to be some confusion about the various options available today. While they achieve the same objective—getting your book out there to the…

How To Get Your Book Published by Harpercollins

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Kaye Jones is an author who has four titles traditionally published by HarperCollins and Pen & Sword, along with three titles that are self-published on Amazon. In this article, she shares her insights on how to get your…

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