March 11th, 2013

Writerly Uses for Excel – Part 3

by Jenny Hansen

Earlier this year, we started talking about Microsoft Excel and all the ways writers could use it without hyperventilating.

In case you missed the other two posts, I’ve linked them below:

Part 1 – Excel Shortcuts and Helpful Tricks Part 2 – Doing Formulas without Freaking Out

Laura Drake also did a […]

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 […]

April 23rd, 2012

Us vs. Them – A Call for Détente in the Author Wars

By Laura Drake

All of us at WITS have shied away from the Traditional/Indie battle. After all, many have waded into the fray, yelling their opinions at the top of their lungs. When we conceived Writers in the Storm, we pictured it a shelter for writers from the storms that brew in […]