You will write your stories, poems, novels, etc; proceed to submit them to literary journals, agents, publishers, and then you will inevitably receive rejection letters.
If you’ve reached the point where you’re getting serious about your work and are contemplating publication, then you NEED to know your genre. You won’t be able to submit to an agent or publishing house if you don’t know what category your book falls under.
This blog is a warning to any writer, blogger, or author who wants to take their website seriously. Don’t make the same mistakes I did when I started my website… using a host is much like getting your book published by an actual publishing house, or indie-publisher, where you still own your work.
AMA: Indie authors can have it rough. But, what do you enjoy most about independent publishing?
JW: In these few areas, self-publishing is a bit easier, but I prefer traditionally published…
Meet Keith Blackmore – author of the Mountain Man series, Breeds series, 131 Days series, as well as many more stand-alone novels.