The bestselling author of legal thrillers, Scott Turow, who is also president of the Author’s Guild, wrote an op-ed piece in the New York times, “The Slow Death of the American Author… Read more ,” that seems to imply that e-books and digital rights issues are the cause of all the
… Read more Another week, the author of another self-published book that’s selling well gets a deal and finds a new home at a traditional publisher.
Why do writers even bother with agents nowadays? Like anyone else – publishers included – agents don’t know how to gauge the tastes of the public. It’s
Publish your own works if you can.
You’ll have more control, and if you have built an audience, you’ll make more money as a author.
Of course, you will be using your book to build your business, because chances are you’re not writing fiction but nonfiction, and you’re using your… Read more