If it’s good enough for Stephen King and Dr. Seuss, it’s good enough for you, right? Not so fast. There are pluses (anonymity) and minuses (promotion burdens) associated with the choice to use a pen name.Read More
Author: Laura DiSilverio
Getting the beginning of your novel right is key to landing an agent, signing a contract, and racking up sales. Here’s a checklist to help you craft powerful first lines and great opening paragraphs.Read More
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