Question for 09/29/2016: According to last week’s issue of WritersWeekly.com, what’s a common misconception by new authors when putting their books on Amazon? Send your answer through the contact form here. You must be a WritersWeekly.com subscriber to participate in the weekly contests. Subscribe (it’s free!). NOTE: ONLY ONE WINNER PER HOUSEHOLD PER CALENDAR QUARTER, […]
We are SO blessed to live in the U.S.A.! Jordanian Writer Accused Of Sharing Cartoon That Offended Muslims Shot Dead “A prominent Jordanian writer on Sunday was shot dead in front of the courthouse where he had been on trial for sharing a cartoon deemed offensive to Islam.” A movie about a libel lawsuit Holocaust […]
I am still working to get my illustrations for my book. Can you advise on something I was told by my illustrator? She told me that most photos copied from the Internet can be flipped horizontally to alleviate concerns of copyright infringement. For example if a mountain appears on the left side of the photograph, flip the photo so the mountain is on the right side. I also wonder if applying artistic effects to a photo (pencil sketch, smooth pastel, etc.) would eliminate concern of issues. I was given five websites for Royalty Free photos and images that are free of charge. Do you have any recommendations for me?
Your child has written a book and a number of friends who have read it have remarked that it is great, and should be published. Your child then tells you he or she has decided to become an author, and wants to have the book published. You quickly respond “okay,” and then, realizing what you said, you ask yourself a number of questions:
Can my child actually publish a book?
As a young journalist with a lot of promise, my sudden resignation shocked the whole office. The news spread like the plague, with seniors warning me that times were tough, and finding another job could take ages. Not that I hadn’t thought of it. After all, this was my first job and a great stepping […]
Comments on: What’s The Secret to Ongoing, Consistent BOOK SALES? Thanks, Angela, for the nudge. It is easy to get so involved with the next project that we (I) tend to ease off the peddle when it comes to promoting our (my) completed works. I need to revisit my copy of your excellent book 90+ […]
Max and Mason, who are homeschooled, joined a new homeschooling co-op. Over the past few years, they’ve only attended museum classes every other Wednesday, and only during the afternoon on those days. This new co-op meets all day long every Wednesday, and includes five different classes and a lunch.
I warned the boys and Richard that they’d be exposed to lots more kiddos with cold and flu symptoms and that we’d all catch more germies this year.
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Question for 09/22/2016: According to last week’s issue of WritersWeekly.com, what is one way to avoid getting sued when writing your memoir? Send your answer through the contact form here. You must be a WritersWeekly.com subscriber to participate in the weekly contests. Subscribe (it’s free!). NOTE: ONLY ONE WINNER PER HOUSEHOLD PER CALENDAR QUARTER, PLEASE. […]
“Avoiding a horrible real-life plot twist, a writer dashed past firefighters into his burning New Orleans house Thursday to rescue two completed novels stored on his laptop.”