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Debut Author Survival Guide #3: Copy Edits

This is a guest post written by Shveta Thakrar The Debut Author Survival Guide is a series that explains everything that happens between selling your book to publication day in an attempt to demystify the process of publishing your first novel (through a traditional publishing lens). Go HERE to see the rest of the series!… Continue reading Debut Author Survival Guide #3: Copy Edits

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We’re Back + What we did on “Summer Break”

WBP might have been on hiatus, but the ladies of WBP have been very busy all summer, so we thought we’d give you a “what we did on summer break” post including what we’ve been reading and loving! One of the biggest highlights for the whole group was definitely going on a writing retreat followed… Continue reading We’re Back + What we did on “Summer Break”

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Fantastic Agents & How to Find Them (7): Veteran Author

The goal of this series isn’t to tell anyone how an author-agent relationship should be, but rather to showcase the very wide range of experiences out there. Everyone wants and needs something different from their agent, and we hope that by reading the varied thought processes of our guest contributors, writers can begin to figure out… Continue reading Fantastic Agents & How to Find Them (7): Veteran Author

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Fantastic Agents & How to Find Them (6): Agented Author

The goal of this series isn’t to tell anyone how an author-agent relationship should be, but rather to showcase the very wide range of experiences out there. Everyone wants and needs something different from their agent, and we hope that by reading the varied thought processes of our guest contributors, writers can begin to figure out… Continue reading Fantastic Agents & How to Find Them (6): Agented Author

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Fantastic Agents & How to Find Them (5): Published YA Author

The goal of this series isn’t to tell anyone how an author-agent relationship should be, but rather to showcase the very wide range of experiences out there. Everyone wants and needs something different from their agent, and we hope that by reading the varied thought processes of our guest contributors, writers can begin to figure out… Continue reading Fantastic Agents & How to Find Them (5): Published YA Author