This links roundup looks at the “meta” of publishing: Selling your work, connecting effectively, exploring niches of the industry.
Scienda Editorial congratulates Shamus Young on the release of The Witch Watch, a YA fantasy with a high hilarity rating. In this good-for-all-ages story, a young lady with a head for invention, […]
Dialogue meets action in this post on characterization from Comma Drama. Paraprosdokian: a key feature in keeping narrative and/or interior monologue interesting, as illustrated by Ane Mulligan. Award-winning author Alton Gansky on […]
Scienda Editorial congratulates Diane Graham on the release of her YA fantasy novel, I Am Ocilla, from Splashdown Books. I Am Ocilla is available for online ordering on Amazon and Barnes and […]
Scienda Editorial congratulates client Stephanie Landsem on receiving a three-book contract from Howard Books (a division of Simon and Schuster). The Well is a historical novel, set to release in 2013. More […]
I am who I am when I’m exercising a full range of things that, apparently, are built into me. Helping people, facilitating learning, being a lifelong student myself, and practicing an art form as best I know how.
Your purpose is to communicate something to someone. These five functions of non-fiction remind you to look at who your audience is, what they want and how to talk to them. The more functional your information, the better it will communicate its meaning and purpose.