Every successful author needs a professional editor. Learn three simple steps for finding a good editor who will improve your book.
Young novelists (and their parents) will learn how to evaluate the usefulness of a college writing degree and examine viable alternatives.
Learn how James Patterson got his start as a writer, how he maintains success, and how you can implement his methods in your writing.
Learn how this AI tool can help you overcome writer’s block by generating ideas and suggestions to spur your imagination and get you unstuck.
When you use artificial intelligence tools for writing, you can improve your craft and create books faster. Find out which AI tools will benefit you most.
Few authors make a living on book sales alone. Learn how Joanna Penn generates income from over 120 writing-related sources.
Scrivener is a popular writing software for authors. Learn about some of its best features in our interview with David Lee Martin.
Authors typically use different software tools for everything from plotting to typesetting. But now authors can use one efficient multitool from start to finish.
If you need a plan and process for writing books, learn the secret to writing multiple books every year in this interview with author Angela Hunt.
Learn to write short stories that readers crave. One of the best authors in the world, bestselling author James Scott Bell, teaches us how.
Chris Fox shares a method authors can use to increase writing output and improve craft. Implement these habits to write faster and better.
Find out how Jack Ellem became a bestselling indie author in two foreign countries while living in Australia and learn how his strategies can work for you.
Find out how k-lytics can help you discover what readers are currently buying so you can increase your chances of success.
Learn how and when to craft a compelling pitch that make agents, readers, and publishers curious about your novel.
Authors with weak brands get ignored by publishers and readers alike. Learn how to avoid the 10 most common author branding mistakes.