I’ve been following Anne R Allen’s blog since before I published my first book. Anne write’s a weekly article geared towards current trends and information about publishing for writers. Many of her articles are geared towards new writers, offering up a wealth of great tips about the writing and publishing world. And as an added bonus, there are also added links at the bottom of her posts for writing contests, and tidbits of things of interest to writers.
Anne’s About Page: Intro
Welcome to our blog!
Ruth Harris and I are a couple of publishing industry veterans working to help newer writers create their best possible work and launch it successfully into the marketplace—whether you’re going indie or taking the traditional route.
We especially want to help writers avoid the pitfalls of this ever-more complex business, where unfortunately, a lot more people are making moneyfrom authors than for us.
We like to say, “We made the mistakes, so you don’t have to!”
I chose to share one of her recent posts here titled 8ways New Writers Sabotage Themselves.
By Anne R. Allen “We all make mistakes. It’s how we learn. But some mistakes have the potential to end a writing career before it starts. Today I’m talking about the things a lot of writers do that can keep them from having a career—or derail it for a long time. How do I know . . .” Continue Reading