Test-Driving Your Final Draft – How to Make Your Work Reader Ready
Once I’ve tucked myself into bed for the night, I often pick up a book. Recently, the one I reachedRead more.
For Authors and Writers for Hire: The Business of Writing “With”
If you have a clear idea for a book, article, or blog series that relates to your business or personalRead more.
May Versus Shall: In Your Contract, The Difference Matters
There are few authors who wouldn’t correct as many spelling, typographical and grammatical mistakes as possible in their work beforeRead more.
Writing Non-Fiction That Sells? Do Your Book Proposal First!
Recently, an acquaintance of mine finished a six-book non-fiction series of interviews and published it on Amazon. It was aRead more.
Writers for Hire: Avoiding Liability When Your Author Self-Publishes
No author wants to be sued, but since self-publishing has become so common, writers who work-for-hire are particularly vulnerable. AndRead more.
For more detailed information about literary contracts, some of my favorite books are –
- Kirsch’s Guide to the Book Contract by Jonathan Kirsch (Acrobat Books)
- Negotiating a Book Contract by Mark L. Levine (Asphodel Press)