fbpx

Author News

The Art of Ghostwriting
The Art of Ghostwriting 1024 576 Reader Views
Ever considered using a ghostwriter? Today Michael J. Coffino discusses the essential attributes for an effective ghostwriter-author relationship. read more
Presenting the 2021-2022 Literary Awards Winners
Presenting the 2021-2022 Literary Awards Winners 1024 576 Reader Views
Today we announce the winners of the 2021-2022 Reader Views Literary Awards Program! The expectation is high among the reviewers who, for an entire year, read and score hundreds of submissions from an eclectic group of categories as diverse as the group of reviewers and judges within our 3-tier judging system. We congratulate the finalists and winners and remind all participants that writing and publishing a book already makes you a winner! read more
FINALISTS ANNOUNCEMENT! 2021-2022 Reader Views Literary Awards
FINALISTS ANNOUNCEMENT! 2021-2022 Reader Views Literary Awards 1024 576 Reader Views
It is our favorite time of the year again when we get to announce the finalists of our annual awards competition. We wish all the finalists’ good luck, knowing that in our hearts and minds you all are winners.   read more
Why Give Content Away for Free?
Why Give Content Away for Free? 1024 576 Reader Views
Free content as a marketing tool? Today, B.A. Bellec shares why it’s a good growth strategy and how his digital toolbox has helped him expand his platform exponentially. read more
Why Literature is Different than Genre Fiction
Why Literature is Different than Genre Fiction 1024 576 Reader Views
What differentiates literary fiction from genre fiction can be summarized by four hierarchical points. read more
Wearing Your Many Hats – Managing Life While Writing
Wearing Your Many Hats – Managing Life While Writing 1024 576 Reader Views
Most writers will agree with me that the biggest challenge in their writing project is not letting their lives highjack their project. read more
Historical Storytelling – How to Master Your Craft for a Genre Audiences Love
Historical Storytelling – How to Master Your Craft for a Genre Audiences Love 1024 576 Reader Views
If you love historical storytelling as much as I do, there’s no time like the present to master your craft. Writing and researching history for entertainment purposes requires the writer to wholly immerse themselves into the time period to the point where everything the reader can imagine seeing, feeling, smelling, hearing, etc., embeds them within the time period of the story. read more
So a Reviewer Said Yes. Now what?!
So a Reviewer Said Yes. Now what?! 1024 576 Reader Views
Here are a few ideas to dress up a review copy. They will do big things for your submission. They make it easier for your reviewer to get the information she needs for her review, including metadata. read more
Using Fiction to Teach Checking Facts
Using Fiction to Teach Checking Facts 1024 576 Reader Views
Fiction books can even provide clear examples of Truth versus Make Believe. Fiction is stories that never happened, written for entertainment value, but that can also be educational. Fiction falls into recognizable types, created for different purposes. read more
2021-2022 Literary Awards Update
2021-2022 Literary Awards Update 1024 576 Reader Views
With the 2021-2022 Reader Views Literary Awards program in full swing, we wanted to send an update to our authors and readers. This year we unveiled a number of enhancements to the program and are happy to report these changes have been well received by all. read more