In the first part of my post, I started recounting about the Print-On-Demand services that I researched to self-publish my first fantasy novel “The Last Families”. I found many roadblocks on KDP, IngramSpark, and BookBaby. It was time to consider others. Draft2Digital was my next option. I’ve already been getting newsletters from them and theyContinue reading “Choosing a Print on Demand service (Second Part)”
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Choosing a Print on Demand service
Analyzing Print-On-Demand services for an author that is not located in North America or the EU.
The querying process: trust your instincts
As I submerge myself in this world of querying agents and receiving rejections, I started to take it as part of the common writing process. I no longer feel bad for the rejections coming from literary agent’s, in fact, I think they are making me stronger and more resilient. In the meantime, I’ve also startedContinue reading “The querying process: trust your instincts”
I started to kill my darlings and it feels so liberating…
For those who have been following my blog, you know I’ve been writing my first novel during these months, and now I’m totally trying to finish my first manuscript by the hand of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). But being my first time experience as a writer, I’ve discovered so many writing tips during theseContinue reading “I started to kill my darlings and it feels so liberating…”
So what is it with young-adult fiction novels? I’m no teenager yet I can’t seem to drop Divergent from my hands….
Yes, when you hear about young-adult fiction novels, images of Twilight and other similar stories come to my mind. I know they are supposed to be directed to an audience of teenagers and young adults in general (say around 20 the most?), I don´t know. However, I went eagerly to watch all the Twilight seriesContinue reading “So what is it with young-adult fiction novels? I’m no teenager yet I can’t seem to drop Divergent from my hands….”