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So What Do You Do, Terry McMillan, New York Times Bestselling Author?
The novelist shares how she writes authentic characters and gives tips to aspiring authors.

So What Do You Do, Sara Shepard, Author of Pretty Little Liars?
The author who published 20 books in eight years gives tips on how writers can overcome the blank page and write more.

So What Do You Do, Nicholas Sparks, Bestselling Romance Novelist?
Hollywood's go-to guy for love stories details the inspiration behind his books, dealing with rejection, and how he penned 16 bestselling novels.

So What Do You Do, James Othmer, Ad Creative Turned Author?
A former reporter and ad creative, this author details how each job informed the next and what surprised him while researching for his ad industry tell-all.

So What Do You Do, Linda Fairstein, Bestselling Crime Novelist?
From sex crimes prosecutor to prolific author, Linda Fairstein plots a page-turner a year, markets herself online, and doles out PR wisdom for new writers.

Hey, How'd You Start a Fiction-Writing Revolution, Chris Baty, Founder of NaNoWriMo?
The creator of National Novel Writing Month gives his advice on how to write a book in 30 days.

Hey, How'd You Build a Successful Ghostwriting Career, David Ritz?
The biographer for music's biggest stars discusses the art of interviewing and gives tips to aspiring ghostwriters.

Your Life in 1,000 Words: The Craft of Personal Essays
Veteran writers give advice on everything from coming up with a good idea to dealing with negative feedback after your essay is published.

Pitching Children's Markets, Part II
Present fun, kid-friendly ideas with a grown-up tone for these powerhouses of the children's publishing world.

Quirky Ways To Market Your Book Online
Pump up your book promotion efforts online with video trailers, character blogs, serialization, and other clever tactics.

Be Your Own Best Book Publicist
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Chris Baty, Founder of NaNoWriMo: "Anyone Can Write A Book" - Posted November 4, 2013
Chris Baty started a writing movement by accident. At the time, he figured it was just another one of his bad ideas and convinced five of his friends to join him in writing a book. Today, there are more than 226,000 participants signed up for NaNoWriM... [GalleyCat]

HUMOR: Facebook Photo Album Derails Cardinal's Papal Candidacy - Posted March 11, 2013
The fact that content on users' Facebook profiles can affect their ... [AllFacebook]

Why Novelists Shouldn't Blog - Posted August 1, 2011
In a recent blog post, writer and blogger Livia Blackburne explained why novelists shouldn't devote too much time to their blog, declaring: "I think blogging is a waste of time." Below, we've collected three of ... [GalleyCat]

3 Reasons Why Novelists Shouldn't Blog - Posted August 1, 2011
In a recent blog post, writer and blogger Livia Blackburne shared reasons why novelists shouldn't devote too much time to their blog, declaring: "I think blogging is a waste of time." Below, we've collected thre... [AllTwitter]

HBO To Adapt Jennifer Egan's A Visit from the Goon Squad - Posted April 21, 2011
Jennifer Egan's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel A Visit from the Goon Squad will be adapted into a TV series by HBO. International Creative Management negotiated the deal. Michael London and Jocelyn Hays Simpson will... [GalleyCat]

LA Times Book Prize Nominations Announced - Posted March 2, 2007
The LA Times Book Prizes have announced the finalists, for the awards given in April. Fiction David Mitchell, Black Swan Green (Random House) Peter Orner, The Second Coming of Mav... [FishbowlLA]

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