Covers, Covered

- by Charlotte Hubbard

The cover of a book is supposed to lure potential readers to take your book from the store shelf—or click it, online—and read more about what’s inside. The typical path is: you like the cover, you read the back cover copy, you open the book to read inside a bit, and—hopefully—you proceed to the checkout. […]

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Oh, what fun it is to ride…

- by Charlotte Hubbard

And I want YOU to ride along with me, later in this post! There might be a book in it for you. You might be sweltering in the early summer heat, wondering what sort of meds I’m on if I’m rhapsodizing about a one-horse open sleigh. But the news here is good! My Kensington editor […]

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Small World

- by Elaine Isaak

So here I am on the Novelists, Inc. Blog preparing to talk about short fiction.  The form pops up on our blog from time to time, but I think it deserves its own slot, especially for those of you who are science fiction, fantasy, or horror writers.  Our sister genres have a thriving short story market–exploding, […]

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One of Those Days

- by Elaine Isaak

Every writer has *those* days sometimes.  Those days when the words don’t flow, when we’re waiting to hear from an agent or editor before we can move on, when we have time we want to use for writing, but no pressing project– or no idea how to press forward on the project at hand! It can […]

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