How Reading Comic Books Improved My Writing

February 16, 2017 - From our Authors - 1 Comment

Author Frank Warsh, "Comic books give a sense of rising tension"

Dr. Franklin Warsh is an Investigating Coroner and retired family doctor who lives in London, Ontario. While writing his first full-length book, The Flame Broiled Doctor (a memoir of his experiences working in the health care system), Frank Warsh realized that his many years of reading comic books had not just been an enjoyable pastime, but ... read more »

How Working with an Editor Helped me Score a Publishing Deal

December 22, 2016 - From our Authors -

Editor Publishing Deal

Leslie Heath recently secured a publishing contract for her novel "The Last Mayor's Son". She attributes a large part of her book's success to her editor. In this article, she shares glimpses into the editing process and her advice on how to maintain a good author-editor relationship.

CEO and Novelist: An Entrepreneur's Experience of the Self-Publishing Industry

November 22, 2016 - From our Authors - 6 Comments

CEO and Novelist Leonara Meriel quote and book cover

In 2004, Leonora Meriel founded and managed Ukraine’s largest Internet company. In 2008, after becoming CEO of the company, Leonora decided to return to her dream of being a writer, and went on to self-publish her first novel, “The Woman Behind the Waterfall”. In this guest post, she discusses how her entrepreneurial background inspired her to follow ... read more »