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Advice From Pros: Kim Childress with Childress Ink

Kim Childress is the founding publisher of Childress Ink, a publishing resource, publicity,  and product development company centered around books. Thirty years in publishing, Kim is an award-winning editor, author, speaker, and reviewer, including book editor for Girls’ Life magazine since its 1994 debut, and previous middle grade acquisitions editor for HarperCollins Christian Publishing (Zondervan). […]

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Writer’s Corner: 5 Elements of an Eye-Catching Query Letter

Advice is everywhere. You can search for great samples, read agent and editor’s interviews, or swing by Writer’s Digest for the instruction on eye-catching queries. I recommend doing all three in your pursuit of crafting something compelling. But before you do, keep these five elements in mind: Share Details: It’s amazing how many query letters […]

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Author Q&A With Lisa Wilkes

Lisa Wilkes is a flight attendant, animal rescuer, licensed social worker (LMSW), and author. She lives in Florida with three rescued pets and a handful of foster animals. She would love to start her own nonprofit someday. In the meantime, she’s actively involved in several local charities supporting human and animal rights. Lisa has lived […]

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Book Craft With Amber Daulton

Amber Daulton has been writing professionally and offering various author services since 2012. Now she’s branched into the art of book cover design with her freelance company, Satin Rose Designs. She’s currently accepting new clients and would love to work with you. What is your book craft? At Satin Rose Designs, I offer a wide […]

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Advice From Pros: Andrea Kiliany Thatcher with Smith Publicity, Inc.

Andrea Kiliany Thatcher is the Publicity Manager for books and authors in the arts and entertainment field with Smith Publicity, Inc., a full-services publicity firm for authors and publishers. With experience working for publishing houses, magazines, and booksellers, Andrea as a wealth of publishing industry experience to her credit. Passionate about author success, Andrea is […]

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The Importance of Editing

You either have a “love it” or “hate it” relationship with editing. I used to despise the process, but after getting into creative writing, I enjoy it. While I don’t like editing my non-fiction work, fiction editing somehow “feels” different to me. But still, I’m no editor, and yes, some of my emails are cringe worthy. But I […]

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