Fantasy series are great, but sometimes the intermittent, book-induced depression is too much to handle. You watch the days tick by, itching to get your hands on an advanced copy of the sequel and wallowing in sorrow until the next book is finally released. If like me, you are tired of the agony, then I have the perfect book recommendations for you.
The holidays are just around the corner, and gift-buying slumps are inevitable. Let’s face it—some people are just hard to shop for. They have everything they need, or you simply don’t have ideas on what to get them. This season don’t just pick up a gift card; instead, consider giving the gift of reading.
I’m not sure about you, but I’m a huge fan of coffee and a good book. If you’re reading this, you’re probably searching for the perfect new release to go along with that expertly bitter cappuccino or that tantalizing sweet mocha with five pumps of caramel. If you’re tired of your usual read and want to support some wonderful indie publishers, fear not: I’ve compiled a list of four new indie releases for every kind of coffee enthusiast, from the purists to the embellishers.
With her recent passing on March 25, 2021, the world has collectively mourned the loss of one of the greatest authors in our history. It all started here in Oregon, where she took inspiration from her early childhood memories growing up in areas such as Portland and Yamhill.
While it is true that editing is a crucial aspect of publishing, it isn’t the only aspect. The publishing industry has a place for every bibliophile out there—even fanfiction writers.
According to Michael Shymanski, one of Ooligan’s Acquisitions Managers, think of your first page as the reader’s initial impression, much like “meeting your friend’s spouse for the first time.” First impressions can be insignificant, even disastrous, or they can be absolute magic. If the magic is there, an editor will know it immediately.