Test-Driving Your Final Draft–How to Make Your Work Reader Ready
Once I’ve tucked myself into bed for the night, I often pick up a book. Recently, the one I reachedRead more.
For Authors and Writers for Hire: The Business of Writing “With”
If you have a clear idea for a book, article, or blog series that relates to your business or personalRead more.
Writing Non-Fiction That Sells? Do Your Book Proposal First!
Recently, an acquaintance of mine finished a six-book non-fiction series of interviews and published it on Amazon. It was aRead more.
Writers for Hire: Avoiding Liability When Your Author Self-Publishes
No author wants to be sued, but since self-publishing has become so common, writers who work-for-hire are particularly vulnerable.Read more.
May Versus Shall: In Your Contract, The Difference Matters
There are few authors who wouldn’t correct as many spelling, typographical and grammatical mistakes as possible in their work beforeRead more.
For more detailed information about literary contracts, some of my favorite books are –
- Kirsch’s Guide to the Book Contract by Jonathan Kirsch (Acrobat Books)
- Negotiating a Book Contract by Mark L. Levine (Asphodel Press)