What do Women Writers Want from an Editor?

January 24, 2017 - Understanding Publishing - 1 Comment

Laurie Garrison, Ph.D. is the director of Women Writers School, a blog and course provider that works mainly with female authors. She has recently self-published a manifesto for her business, Women Writers in the Twenty-First Century. Previously, she was a university lecturer, an internationally renown critic of Victorian literature and the author of the book, Science, Sexuality ... read more »


How Self-Publishing Gave me the Creative Control I Needed

October 17, 2016 - From our Authors, Understanding Publishing - Leave your thoughts

Christina Hamlett is an award-winning author whose credits to date include 34 books, 161 plays, five optioned feature films, and hundreds of articles and interviews. She is also a script consultant for the movie industry and a professional ghostwriter. Read on to find out about her experience with traditional publishing and her decision to take ... read more »


How to Perfect Your Submission: Tips From a Publisher

August 10, 2016 - Understanding Publishing - 10 Comments

Last updated: 07/12/2017 Scott Pack is Associate Editor at Unbound, the world's first crowdfunding publisher. He is also co-founder of Abandoned Bookshop, an ebook imprint that publishes neglected and forgotten classics. On Reedsy he offers editorial services including developmental and structural edits, editorial reviews, critiques of query letters and submission packages as well as author mentoring. In ... read more »