It’s difficult to talk about money in publishing since pay rates vary widely from publisher to publisher, but here are 5 money myths writers shouldn’t believe.
There are a lot of preconceived notions about writing and publishing. Dive in as Jamie K. Schmidt busts 5 popular myths about writing and publishing.
You finished writing your book. Yay! Now what? Jan Fields helps you make a plan for when you finish the book. You might be surprised at what comes next.
Once you decide that publication is part of your writing journey, you have one of two choices: self-publishing or trade publishing. Which one is right for you?
There are two ways to be paid in children’s publishing: a traditional publishing contract and work-for-hire. Let’s talk about which one might be right for you.
Some books make lots of money and others have more modest sales. It’s important to think about the money-side of things so we can make wise decisions.