Craft

WBP Survey: How do you approach notes after first receiving them from CPs, agents, and/or editors?

Hey, we’re back with another WBP survey, the first of which was on average chapter lengths, which you can check out: here. We want to do more of these, so definitely let us know in the comments if there is a question on craft or publishing that you’d like the writers of WBP to answer!… Continue reading WBP Survey: How do you approach notes after first receiving them from CPs, agents, and/or editors?

Author career · Feature

The Multiple Pots on the Stove Method

This is a visual representation of how I felt this past summer before my second book’s release. [If you’re wondering what I’m cooking, it’s ramen (*see Author’s note below). Because every person in my family must have their own pot of ramen]. This is what I call having “multiple pots on the stove,” which upon… Continue reading The Multiple Pots on the Stove Method

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Happy Release Day to KING OF FOOLS + Roundup of WBP’s Inaugural Instahop

Your favorite girl gang is back ♠️ Indulge your vices in the City of Sin, where a sinister street war is brewing and fame is the deadliest killer of them all… On the quest to find her missing mother, prim and proper Enne Salta became reluctant allies with Levi Glaisyer, the city’s most famous con… Continue reading Happy Release Day to KING OF FOOLS + Roundup of WBP’s Inaugural Instahop

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Revision: There’s No Better Time Like the Present

This blog post comes to you from a writer knee-deep in revisions. Every time I’ve written *anything* I’ve somehow convinced myself at points in my writing that I could “fix things later” or that maybe “no one will notice” a certain mistake or inconsistency. But the truth is, if you find a scene boring, or… Continue reading Revision: There’s No Better Time Like the Present