How To Promote One Book While Writing Another With Christina Hoag

Welcome to the SNOB (Second Novel Ominipresent Blues). Whether you’re under contract or trying to snag another deal, you’re a professional now, with the pressures of a published novelist compounded with the still-present nagging self-doubt of the noobie. How to deal? Today's guest for the SNOB is Christina Hoag, whose YA thriller Girl on the Brink … Continue reading How To Promote One Book While Writing Another With Christina Hoag

Christina June On Pushing Yourself & Changing Your Writing Routine

Welcome to the SNOB (Second Novel Ominipresent Blues).Whether you’re under contract or trying to snag another deal, you’re a professional now, with the pressures of a published novelist compounded with the still-present nagging self-doubt of the noobie. My guest for today is Christina June, author of It Started with Goodbye and Everywhere You Want to Be. Christina writes young … Continue reading Christina June On Pushing Yourself & Changing Your Writing Routine

Author Nadia L. King On Using Your Time Strategically

Today's guest for the SNOB (Second Novel Omnipresent Blues) is Nadia L. King. An Australian author, Nadia was born in Dublin, Ireland and is a YA author and short story writer. Nadia's book, Jenna's Truth, is available from Serenity Press. Whether you’re under contract or trying to snag another deal, you’re a professional now, with … Continue reading Author Nadia L. King On Using Your Time Strategically

3 Tips For Surviving The Query Process From J. Anderson Coats

Today's guest for the SAT (Successful Author Talk) is J. Anderson Coats, author of The Wicked and the Just, one of Kirkus’s Best Teen Books of 2012. It also won the 2013 Washington State Book Award for Young Adults. Her newest book is R Is for Rebel  (Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2018), a middle-grade novel about … Continue reading 3 Tips For Surviving The Query Process From J. Anderson Coats

New York Times Bestselling Author Colleen Houck On Creating Swag That Works

Most authors will agree that the creative part of the job is where we excel, the business and marketing side, slightly less. It’s lovely when the two can meet in the form of SWAG – Shit We All Generate. I’ve invited some published authors to share with us their secret to swag… little freebies that … Continue reading New York Times Bestselling Author Colleen Houck On Creating Swag That Works

AftenBrook Szymanski On Finding New Ways to Stand Out With Your Swag

Most authors will agree that the creative part of the job is where we excel, the business and marketing side, slightly less. It’s lovely when the two can meet in the form of SWAG – Shit We All Generate. I’ve invited some published authors to share with us their secret to swag… little freebies that … Continue reading AftenBrook Szymanski On Finding New Ways to Stand Out With Your Swag

Kathleen Burkinshaw On Making Swag That Works & A Giveaway!

Most authors will agree that the creative part of the job is where we excel, the business and marketing side, slightly less. It’s lovely when the two can meet in the form of SWAG – Shit We All Generate. I’ve invited some published authors to share with us their secret to swag… little freebies that … Continue reading Kathleen Burkinshaw On Making Swag That Works & A Giveaway!