What sort of things should (and shouldn't) you post on Twitter as a writer?
Five Lesser-Known Speculative Fiction Novels Not to Miss
From the Parisian catacombs, to cat-loving mercenaries, to far-flung planets, check out these compelling fantasy and science fiction titles deserving of your attention!
The Twitter How-To Series: Twitter “Do’s” and “Don’ts” for Interacting Online
Welcome back to Part Three of the Twitter How-To Series, the series of blog posts that I originally put together for my authors as a publicist, and that I'm now sharing with you! Today's topic is interacting on Twitter. Twitter “Do’s” and “Don'ts” for Interacting Interacting! The heart of Twitter. But there are definitely some … Continue reading The Twitter How-To Series: Twitter “Do’s” and “Don’ts” for Interacting Online
Five Lesser-Known YA Novels That Deserve Your Attention
From action to romance to drama that will rip your heart out, check out five lesser-known YA titles you should check out today.
The Twitter How-To Series: Twitter “Do’s” and “Don’ts” for Following
Who should you follow? How many people? When? What about follow trains? Check out the advice I give my authors.
Five Lesser-Known Historical Fiction Works You Must Read During COVID
From the streets of London to the skies of Japan, check out these top five lesser-known works of historical fiction that you must read!
Introducing the Twitter How-To Series: Twitter “Do’s” and “Don’ts” for Creating Your Bio
How do you create the perfect Twitter bio to draw in followers?
Behind the Book: Magic and Laughter with Debut Author Kristiana Sfirlea
Debut author Kristiana Sfirlea's humorous and heartfelt middle grade may be the best MG release of 2020.
5 Lesser-Known Books You Must Read while Waiting out the Coronavirus
Coronavirus has shut down multiple schools, sent folks to work at home, and kept us all isolated as much as possible. So what better time to read a good book than when you’re cooped up in your own house?
FAQ: How to Break into the Publishing Industry in College
I share a letter I wrote with advice for a college student aspiring to break into publishing.