Column by Daniel Hope July 2, 2014
There are plenty of ideas about what will happen as a result of the Hachette and Amazon negotiations. We breakdown the most common predictions.
News by Peter Derk June 24, 2014
Eclectic, eccentric Publisher Felix Dennis passed away at age 67.
Column by Leah Dearborn June 24, 2014
They say not to judge a book by its cover, but what about the thickness of its binding?
Good Sex, Great Prayers: A Journey in Publication (Part 7: Release Party, Reviews, and a Fond Farewell)Column by Brandon Tietz June 23, 2014
The seventh and final installment of the "Good Sex, Great Prayers" series covers the release party, reviews, and parting thoughts of the author.
Column by Erin Reel June 20, 2014
The transition from unknown writer to debut author can be a socially awkward one. Inevitably, you're bound to make a few faux pas. Make enough of them and you bear the risk of being labeled a "Diva."
Column by Rob Hart June 20, 2014
And my book deal just got cancelled.
Column by Rob Hart May 27, 2014
I've sold the sequel to my debut novel! This has me thinking a lot about sequels — the upsides and the downsides. Mostly the downsides, because that's what I'm trying to avoid.
News by Peter Derk May 13, 2014
Amazon has been delaying shipment of titles and employing other dirty tactics to get a leg up in negotiations with Hachette.
Column by Rob Hart April 21, 2014
In this installment, we talk marketing, live readings, and why it was real dumb to buy an XBox One before finishing the draft of my next book.
News by Peter Derk April 2, 2014
A quick look at a handful of Jimmy Carter's whopping 28 books. Who knew?
Column by Jonathan Wood March 19, 2014
Jonathan Wood talks about the long and inspiring journey to get his debut novel, 'No Hero' to press.
Column by Rob Hart March 18, 2014
I was going to write about the follow-up to my first novel, but instead I'm going to talk about AWP.
Column by Phil Jourdan March 14, 2014
When you're overwhelmed and insecure about your writing, and you focus on your image as a writer instead of your work, it's time to say "fuck it" and take a step back.
Column by Susan DeFreitas March 6, 2014
Submitting short fiction to literary journals? Consider this your hit list (or shit list) for avoiding rejection.
Column by Rob Blair Young February 26, 2014
Indie publishing has changed over the years, and is now a viable path to success. That said, it requires far more work (and especially non-writing work) than you may realize.
Column by Leah Dearborn
Print was supposed to die with the new millennium, but a number of digital publications have recently opted to go against the grain and begin production of hard copy editions.
News by Sean May February 21, 2014
'The Little Sleep' author and friend of LitReactor has signed a six-figure deal with HarperCollins' William Morrow imprint.
Column by Brandon Tietz
'Good Sex, Great Prayers' moves out of the production stage and onto pre-order.
Column by Rob Hart February 18, 2014
It's for real this time.
News by Sean May
With the rise in 'binge-watching' of TV shows via services like Netflix, publishers are looking to employ a similar model of releasing entire series in a matter of months.
News by Joshua Chaplinsky February 11, 2014
Start saving your pennies. The book comes out next year. Hopefully it doesn't suck.
Column by Dean Fetzer February 4, 2014
Brenna Aubrey turned down a six-figure book deal to self-publish. Why? It’s a case highlighting the turmoil at the heart of writing and publishing that doesn’t show any signs of going away.
News by Sean May
Alaric Hunt is currently serving a life sentence for murder in a South Carolina prison, but that didn't stop him from writing a crime novel.
Interview by Erin Reel
In this two-part interview, Suzy Vitello, LitReactor instructor and author of 'The Moment Before,' gets real about finding her voice, her long path to publication, and gives sage advice to writers.