Posted on March 21, 2023 at 9:52 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

The publishing experts we follow have plenty of craft and business advice to offer.

Here are the ones that we thought were can't-miss for our authors:

  • Critter danger: Editor Dave King knows it sounds self-serving to warn of the pitfalls of amateur editors, but no matter your feeling on that matter, his ultimate suggestion about how to accept or dismiss feedback is worth noting (Writer Unboxed).

  • Writing about Native Americans: Author Sarah Elisabeth Sawyer, a tribal member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, answers seven questions that might come up for writers of other backgrounds looking to include Native Americans in their fiction (Jane Friedman).

  • How to write for the web: One of the many hats that an indie author likely wears nowadays is web content provider; Anne R. Allen has ten tips to help them make that switch (Anne R. Allen's Blog... with Ruth Harris).

  • 5 productive forms of procrastination for writers: Sometimes it's easier (and better) to accept what you're feeling rather than to fight it; in that vein, Rose Atkinson-Carter identifies five tasks that aren't writing, yet can contribute to your finished work (Ryan Lanz).

Categories: Behind the scenes

Tagged As: Diversity, Editing

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