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Writing and publishing a book is one of the most rewarding things you can do in life. As an author, you create something beautiful and unique that readers will cherish forever. But once you finish writing, you might be curious how to get your book out into the world — and perhaps more importantly, how ... read more »
You may have heard snippets about the ghostwriters behind celebrity memoirs and political autobiographies. But there's so much more to it than that! In this article, we're tackling the question, "but seriously, what is ghostwriting?" by telling you about the many different types of ghostwriters and how much they cost.
In June 1969, Eric Carle published The Very Hungry Caterpillar to resounding acclaim. Since then, it’s sold 50 million copies and become one of the most iconic children’s books of all time. Yet its beginnings were surprisingly different: The Very Hungry Caterpillar was originally titled A Week With Willi the Worm, and it was about, ... read more »
When you share your manuscript with other people — especially folks who can help you get published — you really, really want to make sure that it doesn’t stand out for the wrong reasons. With the help of Chersti Nieveen, an editor on the Reedsy Marketplace, we’ve created this post with tips to help you achieve an industry-standard manuscript format.
Writing a non-fiction query letter is like writing your own ticket to the big time. If you want to convince an agent or publisher that your idea has ‘bestseller’ written all over it, the few hundred words that make up your query must be irresistibly compelling. Elsewhere on this site, we go into detail on ... read more »
When it comes to selling ebooks, many view Apple Books as Amazon’s main competitor. And that hunch is backed up by the numbers. A 2015 analysis by the (now defunct) Author Earnings website showed that Apple Books’ market share in the US was bigger than that of Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and Google Play combined. ... read more »