Terri Giuliano Long: Day by Day
Literary translation – Where to Start
Like writing, literary translation is a fine art. But there are options and here Louise Taylor provides useful questions to ask when choosing a translator.
Character Development: Fictional CVs
Have you ever wondered what your protagonist's CV might look like? These fictional CVs from Findacourse.co.uk provide great inspiration for getting started.
A Week with Ann Pearlman: Excerpt from Infidelity
An excerpt from Ann Pearlman's book, Infidelity, "the true story of the devastating effect of adultery across three generations of American woman women."
A Week with Ann Pearlman: Guest Post: Getting a Pulitzer Nomination
Ann Pearlman returns to the blog with a guest post to discuss her Pulitzer nomination for her book, Infidelity, and what came next.
The Art of Working with an Artist – Tilia Klebenov Jacobs
Author Tilia Klebenov Jacobs shares her own experience of working with book illustrator Matt Tames to bring her new children's fantasy novel–Casper and Jasper and the Terrible Tyrant–fully to life.
Finding and Working with a Book Illustrator: A Guide for Authors by Tilia Klebenov Jacobs
Tilia Klebenov Jacobs shares the things every independent author should know about the process of finding and working with a book illustrator.