Tag Archives: Publishing

Is Self-Publishing For You? (Part 2), by Anthony D. Fredericks

Navigating     Nonfiction A monthly column by Anthony D. Fredericks Last month we addressed some of the positive aspects of self-publishing your children’s book (you can check it out here). This month’s column will examine some of the “negatives.” Let’s take … Continue reading

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Five Encouraging Celebrations on the Path to Publication by Kristen C. Strocchia

Becoming a published author isn’t for the easily discouraged. There will be many pitfalls along the way, but each lined with a hidden encouragement if you know where to look. The summer of 2012, I realized that I just had … Continue reading

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A Cafe Chat With Jennifer Hansen Rolli, Plus a Chance to Win a Critique AND Book!

IDA Design Lindsay: Hi there, Jenny, and welcome to the Eastern Penn Points Café. Thanks so much for taking the time to join us, and for the exciting giveaways you have planned! As we settle into our booth to chat, … Continue reading

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Do I Need an Agent? Things to Consider in a Changing Publishing World

By Lindsay Bandy One of the most important questions writers have when thinking about submissions is: Do I need an agent? It’s a question individual writers ultimately have to answer for themselves, but here are some considerations to get you … Continue reading

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