Learning to Outsource and Then Let Go

Learning to Outsource and Then Let Go

by Sharon Bially on May 9, 2017

In a few weeks I’ll be leading a session with independent editor Nicola Kraus at Grub Street’s annual Muse and the Marketplace writers conference, on “Outsourcing for Writers.” When we first pitched the idea to Grub Street, the conference organizer confessed that the idea “freaked [him] out a bit.” After all, writing is such a solitary … Continue reading Learning to Outsource and Then Let Go

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Why You Should Query Agents For 6 + Months Before Promoting Your Self-Published Book

by Sharon Bially on September 6, 2016

When approached by self-published authors for help with book promotion, I used to ask a single question: “Do you have blurbs from at least two established authors?” If the answer was no, I’d suggest they gather some before we speak.  Blurbs are an essential piece of the vetting process and vetting is crucial to gaining … Continue reading Why You Should Query Agents For 6 + Months Before Promoting Your Self-Published Book

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