Photo by Lisa Fotios on Pexels.com Hi guys! It's been a busy week. I finished the second draft of my client's manuscript during the day; and worked on my book at night. Just in case you are new to this blog, I am writing a bestseller...or what I am going to do try my best … Continue reading The Journey to a Bestseller: Word Count, Character Sheets, and Kindle Reads, oh my. (Series #9)
MARCH 10, 2019 · 1:26 AM↓ Book Review: The Key of F by Jennifer Haskin This week’s I Love Romance Blog review selection is The Key of F By Jennifer Haskin. With paranormal and sci-fi elements, this full-length novel is a great read. Fale, who is as down-to-Earth as she is incredible, begins a journey to find … Continue reading Guest Blog Review of The Key of F- review by Kevin Ethan
7 DO’s for Writer Success The bad news is that some writers begin their literary careers doing all the wrong things. How do you know if that’s you? Well, the good news is that making mistakes is important and even beneficial to moving forward. You are going to make mistakes, the question is, are … Continue reading Agent Questions Volume Six: 7 Do’s for Writer Success
What do I put on my author website? Newsletter sign up- Your newsletter is not just another thing you have to do to maintain status as an author. Many authors will attest to the benefit of having a mailing list, and will tell you that a majority of direct sales come from that venue. Think … Continue reading Agent Questions Volume Two: What to Include in Your Author Website
I am proud to announce my new interns: Amy Brewer and Patty Carothers. They are fantastic humans and will make a smart, honest, and discerning agent team.
Opening for Literary Agent Intern Company Information Metamorphosis Literary Agency http://www.MetamorphosisLiteraryAgency.com Interning for Jennifer Haskin JennHaskin.email@example.com Twitter @Haskinauthor http://www.JenniferHaskin.com How to Apply Sign agreement (it will be emailed to you) Email resume/or history in publishing experience Why do you want to be an intern? What are the last 10 books you read? Contemporary- no classics … Continue reading On the Prowl– hunting for my intern
What was the point of the NY Times cutting 10 categories from its Best Seller’s list? Would it possibly make sales more difficult for smaller publishers and new authors? It began February 5th, 2017 when the New York Times cut the following category/ genre lists: Manga, paperback and hardcover graphic novels, Children’s middle grade paperbacks … Continue reading NY Times Best Seller’s List to Focus on their Core Books
When I sat down to write the end of my trilogy, I knew there was going to be a big battle. You know, good guys vs. bad guys, mages vs. wizards, magic vs. swords. I was at a loss. How do I mix them all up? I had a few ideas, but no one wants … Continue reading Battles with magic
Schedule of events for the year 2017.