Authorpreneur, Editor, and Publisher I hear it all the time, “Publishing your book should not cost a dime”, but is that true? This may be the first generation we have a choice on how we publish, but it’s also a generation full of uncertainty within the industry. At...
Five Publishing Pitfalls To Avoid
by Andrew Scott | Feb 15, 2018 | The Final Draft
Freelance Copywriter This is the 4th post in the Final Draft Series. We are consuming more information today than ever and the ways to publish that information are now sprouting up like hydra heads! So how do you make sure that what you publish is seen and that you...
What Is A Literary Agent And What Do They Do?
by Andrew Scott | Feb 13, 2018 | The Final Draft
All pistons have been firing for the past few months. You’ve been inspired, depressed, elated, and confused for good measure, and now you’ve given birth to your book. A couple of hundred megabytes of blood, sweat, and fears that it’s never going to see the light of a bookstore aisle, so you consider sending it to one of those most mythic of characters: the “Literary Agent”. But should you?
Let’s Talk About Different Types Of Publishers
by Andrew Scott | Oct 20, 2017 | The Final Draft
As authors, we have the unique opportunity to take our times to decide which path to publication is right for us, as we have more than one choice. This article will take a look at a few different types of publishers and why you might choose one over another.
Should You Seek A Traditional Publisher?
by Marie Elrich | Oct 13, 2017 | The Final Draft
You’ve finally put the finishing touches on your manuscript and are now looking for what to do with it. You see tons of information about self-publishing and traditional publishing, but not a simple article comparing the two. Well, search no longer! This article is just that.
Introduction of the Final Draft Series [Final Draft Part 0]
by Jeremy | Oct 9, 2017 | The Final Draft
You have your manuscript in your hands, ready to go. You’ve gone through the self edits, beta readers, developmental and/or copyedits, and now you’re ready to shop your masterpiece around, but what path is right for you?