We must rethink our concepts of what is digital, what is physical, and what the grayness in between looks like.
Due to the extensively competitive and fastidious nature of the poetry trade, publication stands as a recherché and illustrious accomplishment. As we live in a thriving technical era, online literary magazines, collections, catalogs, and idiosyncratic publications are becoming more and more relevant.
Reviews play a great role in influencing readers to buy a book, and with this in mind, reviewers should focus on discussing the merits and demerits of a book but leave the choice of deciding its worthiness to the reader.
You want 33 percent of people aware of your work to love it, 33 percent to hate it, and 33 percent to be indifferent.
With millions upon millions of people in the United States who think they have the next New York Times best seller, how can a publishing company find the diamond in the rough? What can a publishing house do to ensure they are receiving submissions for books they actually can and want to publish? The most effective way a publishing house can convey this information to an author is through the company’s mission statement.
One word: Fabio