The INside Track – Setting

  Setting is important. Obviously. Otherwise we’d have characters moving about in a bunch of white space, interacting with only each other, while creepy baby music plays overhead…you know, like those old Apple commercials. Setting is most basically defined as where your story takes place. It can be as broad …

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AUTHORNOMICS Interview with bestselling author Anna Stewart

With a publishing industry that is ever in flux, it can be hard for an aspiring author to figure out what information is relevant and what she needs to do to be successful. Recognizing this, literary agent Andrea Hurst and writer/blogger Cherise Hensley present a series of weekly interviews with …

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AUTHORNOMICS Interview with screenwriter Suzanne Kelman

With a publishing industry that is ever in flux, it can be hard for an aspiring author to figure out what information is relevant and what she needs to do to be successful. Recognizing this, literary agent Andrea Hurst and writer/blogger Cherise Hensley present a series of weekly interviews with …

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The INside Track

To compete in the world of book publishing, a polished, well-crafted piece of writing is required. Strong characters, a driving plot, and many other elements of fiction must come together to make your story work and create sellable material. Enter the INside Track: tips on craft, the writing life, and …

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AUTHORNOMICS Interview with author Loren Kleinman

With a publishing industry that is ever in flux, it can be hard for an aspiring author to figure out what information is relevant and what she needs to do to be successful. Recognizing this, literary agent Andrea Hurst and writer/blogger Cherise Hensley present a series of weekly interviews with …

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AUTHORNOMICS Interview with bestselling author Mary Buckham

With a publishing industry that is ever in flux, it can be hard for an aspiring author to figure out what information is relevant and what she needs to do to be successful. Recognizing this, literary agent Andrea Hurst and writer/blogger Cherise Hensley present a series of weekly interviews with …

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AUTHORNOMICS Interview with the queens of romance, Bella Andre and Melissa Foster

With a publishing industry that is ever in flux, it can be hard for an aspiring author to figure out what information is relevant and what she needs to do to be successful. Recognizing this, literary agent Andrea Hurst and writer/blogger Cherise Hensley present a series of weekly interviews with …

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AUTHORNOMICS Interview with Bestselling author Brenda Novak

With a publishing industry that is ever in flux, it can be hard for an aspiring author to figure out what information is relevant and what she needs to do to be successful. Recognizing this, literary agent Andrea Hurst and writer/blogger Cherise Hensley present a series of weekly interviews with …

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AUTHORNOMICS Interview with marketing consultant Rebecca Berus

With a publishing industry that is ever in flux, it can be hard for an aspiring author to figure out what information is relevant and what she needs to do to be successful. Recognizing this, literary agent Andrea Hurst and writer/blogger Cherise Hensley present a series of weekly interviews with …

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AUTHORNOMICS Interview with ghost writer Kim Pearson

With a publishing industry that is ever in flux, it can be hard for an aspiring author to figure out what information is relevant and what she needs to do to be successful. Recognizing this, literary agent Andrea Hurst and writer/blogger Cherise Hensley present a series of weekly interviews with …

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