What Would Books Look Like If Big Publishing Collapsed?

Column by Peter Derk
The merger of some major publishers this year may signal the end. Where do we go from here?

10 Things Wrong with All My First Drafts

Column by Jay Wilburn
No first draft is perfect. We all have bad habits and bad habits show up a lot. Here are 10 things Jay Wilburn seems to find in all his first drafts.

Writing Horror in a Post-Covid World

Column by Richard Thomas
How do you write dark fiction in a post-Covid world? Be a phoenix, rising from the ashes.

Book Promotion Scams You Can Try From Home!

Column by Peter Derk
Learn to sell books like a flim-flam man. A matchstick man. A snake oil salesman.

Black Bear: Aubrey Plaza, One-Piece Bathing Suits and Acts of Creation.

Column by Ben Tanzer
Can you truly understand an individual's creative process?

10 Thrilling Books We’re Anticipating in 2021

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
What better way to celebrate the start of 2021 than with a list of upcoming titles we’re most excited to read?

Goodreads Dumps Twitter Functionality

Column by Andrew Fowlow
The world’s largest community of book lovers is removing its automated Twitter functionality, leaving patrons of the site confused. Why is the social giant taking steps detrimental to indie authors?

What I Learned From Writing "A Return to Spring"

Column by Gabriel Hart
Think about all the stories that fall under radar, which sculpted your town into the place it is today.

Anti-Resolutions: Is It Possible to Set No Goals But Still Write Successfully?

Column by Jay Wilburn
Do writer's have to set goals in order to be successful? With all the resolutions we break, are we better off without them? Can an author just write and still get somewhere?

Time is Arbitrary, But My Reading Goals are My Expression of Hope

Column by Karis Rogerson
Karis Rogerson reflects on the past year and looks ahead to 2021, setting reading goals with the knowledge that anything can ruin her plans at the drop of a pin.