Warm Bodies Author Isaac Marion On the Perception of Success

A MONSTER’S SEARCH FOR HUMANITY A WOMAN’S FIGHT FOR A WORLD WORTH LIVING IN A HOPE THAT REFUSES TO DIE The New York Times bestselling Warm Bodies Series has captivated readers in twenty-five languages, inspiring a major film and transcending the zombie genre to become something “poetic” (Library Journal) “highly original” (Seattle Times) and “ultimately … Continue reading Warm Bodies Author Isaac Marion On the Perception of Success

S. Gonzales On The Emotional Roller Coaster of Being On Submission

If there's one thing that many aspiring writers have few clues about, it's the submission process. There are good reasons for that; authors aren't exactly encouraged to talk in detail about our own submission experiences, and - just like agent hunting - everyone's story is different. I managed to cobble together a few non-specific questions … Continue reading S. Gonzales On The Emotional Roller Coaster of Being On Submission

Insider Tips from A Literary Agent & A Senior Editor

Summer is getting away from us! July is nearly over, and that means that August 1st will bring the newest exclusive agent and editor featured episodes on the Writer, Writer, Pants on Fire podcast. August's guests will be agent Lauren Spieller of Triada Literary and Kieran Viola, senior editor at Disney Hyperion / Freefrom books. … Continue reading Insider Tips from A Literary Agent & A Senior Editor

Hannah R. Goodman On Indie Publishing Without An Agent

Today's guest for the SAT (Successful Author Talk) is Hannah R. Goodman, author of Till it Stops Beating released July 8, from Black Rose Writing. Are you a Planner or Pantser? I have trouble answering this. I’ve been a writer for decades and have written everything from feature articles in magazines to young adult novels and … Continue reading Hannah R. Goodman On Indie Publishing Without An Agent