Agent Spotlight: Carlisle Webber

If you could pick a book that has already been published and represent it, which one would it be? and why? Is it too much a gimme to say Harry Potter? It really does have the perfect combination for an agent, though: it’s a high-quality book that made a lot of money...

About Those Submission Guidelines…

By Tricia Skinner Writers usually spend a great deal of time preparing to send queries to agents they’ve selected as “a good match” for them and their creative work. That may include following agents on social media to get a feel for their...

Julie Kagawa’s SOUL OF THE SWORD Out 6.18.19

New York Times, USA Today and international bestselling author Julie Kagawa has penned a brand new series called SHADOW OF THE FOX and book two in this trilogy, SOUL OF THE SWORD comes out in a little over a week. Julie’s YA books are beloved by teens and adults...
Agent Spotlight: Veronica Park

Agent Spotlight: Veronica Park

Tell us a little bit about yourself.   On top of what’s included in my bio, I’m pretty much an open webpage. I’ve been writing for hire, blogging for free, and generally just being social media promiscuous for decades. Anything you want to know, you can probably...

The 10 Best Ways to Market Your Books

By Laurie McLean 1. Set Goals 2. Create Your Author Brand 3. Perform a Social Media Audit 4. Start Tweeting 5. Form a Fan Base on Facebook 6. Blog! 7. Grow Your Community 8. Join Organizations 9. Network at Events 10. Build an Amazon Author Profile Create Once, Then...

Karly Caserza Signs Two New Clients: T A Chan and Eric Seder

Karly is ecstatic to welcome T A Chan and Eric Seder as her first two authors on her client list. She discovered T A Chan during Pitch Wars’ agent showcase and was immediately captivated by T A Chan’s storytelling, complex characters, and world building. She...