One of my most readable sources of inspiration for writing was my subscription to The Writer’s Digests some years ago. I keep my old printed copies on my shelf along thousands of other writing sources and reading this post reminded me of their value. Simple, readable and fabulous. Thought I’d share it with you for when your friend’s new book is published!
By Chuck Sambuchino
My Writer’s Digest coworker, Brian A. Klems, recently geared up for the release of his first book — a humorous guide for fathers called OH BOY, YOU’RE HAVING A GIRL: A DAD’S SURVIVAL GUIDE TO RAISING DAUGHTERS (Adams Media). On top of that, my coworker Robert Brewer (editor of Writer’s Market) recently got a publishing deal for a book of his poetry.
So I find myself as a cheerleader for my writing buddies — trying to do what I can to help as their 2013 release dates approach. I help in two ways: 1) I use my own experience of writing & publishing books to share advice on what they can expect and plan for; and 2) I simply do whatever little things I can that help in any way.
This last part brings up an important point: Anyone can support an author’s…
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some interesting and valuable advice, think I need to share this with a lot of folk 🙂
Thats for sure! Hello again after so many years! Catching up on 5 years of blog comments I seem to have missed! x
Hello, so good to hear from you. Hope all is well with you. Hoping to be in CT later this year x