June 7th, 2013

The long and short of writing a novella

WITS is pleased to welcome back Sharla Lovelace! And psst, she’s doing a giveaway. 🙂

Sharla Lovelace

Hi! Thanks to Orly and the other peeps at WITS for having me!

I was asked to talk about novellas today, and I’m excited about that. Novellas have become the new in-trend, short little bursts […]

May 30th, 2012

GETTIN’ BUSY WITH IT –Business Decisions for Publishing Careers

Following NYT author, Susan Squires’ post about the logic behind herchoice (if you missed it, you can read it here) I thought our in-house attorney’s blog is a perfect compliment!

By Susan Spann

How does an author choose between traditional and independent publishing? How do I know which option is right for me?

The […]

May 18th, 2012

Too Many Choices – A NYT Author Decides

By Susan Squires

What a crazy, confusing and possibly wonderful world publishing is today. The traditional publishing world is under duress and their business model depends more and more on writers who are already selling a zillion books. While they may still be looking for the next big thing, just like in other mediums, the […]

January 27th, 2012

Debra Holland Looks Back At Her Self-Publishing Journey in 2011

We’re proud to have with us today, Debra Holland, a Golden Heart winner, whose book was NOT picked up for NY publication. They said “sweet” historicals wouldn’t sell. Well, as you’ll read, they made an error. One that Debra is capitalizing on. Here is her inspiring story of the past year.

UPDATE! As of 1/28, […]

October 7th, 2011

How I Became a Publisher

by Kitty Bucholtz

When I started writing, I published a few articles and devotionals, and then I tried to figure out what kind of novel I wanted to write. I discovered that romance novels accounted for about half of the paperback market and I thought: I like romance, I’m happily married, I’ll write one of […]