Do you dream of walking into a Barnes & Noble and seeing your book on the shelf? If so, a literary agent is the key person who’s going to help you get there. Read on to find out what a literary is, how to get one, and what it’s like to work with them!
In my last newsletter, I told you guys to ask me questions so that I could write blog posts and record videos to answer those questions.
You guys sent in some really great ones that I'm excited to answer today! The first is about how to write when you have a demanding job and I'm excited to share the answer with you now!
When we're growing up, books are just wonderful stories. We fall in love with them, we live inside of them, and we wonder what kind of genius it takes to create such brilliant worlds full of incredible words.
But when we grow up we realize how hard it is to actually write a book. Because of our own journeys as writers, we see how much blood, sweat, and tears each novel truly represents.
The more I've learned about publishing on my own writing journey, the more I've wanted to know about the heartache and drafts behind all of my favorite stories. I want this because each time I learn about another author's journey to achieving their dreams, I feel inspired to keep working towards my own.
For that reason I'm starting an interview series on this blog so we can all be inspired and learn about the awesome stories behind awesome stories.
In the last post in our revision series (The Best Way To Revise Your Novel), we discussed how the best way to revise your novel is to break it into pieces and revise each individual piece at separate times.
Today we’re going to cover one of the most intimidating pieces: plot.