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.
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‘Worldbuilding’ is a term you’ll hear from a lot of writers – especially when you’re talking about the Science Fiction and Fantasy genres. Great authors can create a living, breathing environment for their stories, invite readers into another world and make us homesick for a place we’ve never been.
It’s no secret that the main challenge for all authors out there (except the bestselling ones) is visibility. “How can I reach readers?” is a question that comes up again and again… Of course, there’s no one answer, but there are a lot of opportunities out there, a lot of different paths you can try out to reach different audiences. When interviewing speculative fiction indie author and ALLi member Chele Cooke, we decided to focus on two of them that she’s been using: Wattpad and blog tours. She might not yet be a bestselling author like some of our previous... View Article