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Date Joined: May 11, 2011

Country: United States

 
 
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MaloneEditorial.com: Lessons From the Traditional-Publishing Model—Timing

Author: S Malone

Category: Business

Okay, so in the past, I’ve talked about focusing on the book, honing in on the genre, and now for the third thing to take from Traditional-publishing’s successes: Timing Here I’m not talking about all the time involved waiting on agents’ and editors’ responses to submissions Or the time waiting for feedback from a developmental editor and working on editing a novel...

MaloneEditorial.com: Lessons From the Traditional-Publishing Model—The Genre’s the Thing!

Author: S Malone

Category: Writing

I’ve talked before about how in Traditional Publishing it is important to focus on the product, the book Now we continue with the second—knowing your genreOften new writers tell me a big reason they want to self-publish is so they don’t have to conform to publishers’ specs...

MaloneEditorial.com: Lessons From the Traditional Publishing Model—The Book, The Book, The Book!

Author: S Malone

Category: Writing

Traditional publishing is in the toilet Big news flash, rightBut what can we learn from big publishers’ successes and failures...

MaloneEditorial.com: Structure and the Novel--The Climax

Author: S Malone

Category: Writing

Loved this from Literary Agent Lucienne Diver’s (The Knight Agency) recent FB post: You know when you hit that point in writing your novel where you just want to say, “And then more stuff happens, the end”Surging into the climax, the Supreme Ordeal, is not the time to feel that way LOL...

MaloneEditorial.com: Structure and the Novel--Building to the Finish

Author: S Malone

Category: Writing

Okay, so you’ve done your book development and set up your novel well, established conflicts and turning points and twists You’ve created allies and villains and tests You’ve successfully navigated through the first two acts, avoiding those dreaded sagging middles...

MaloneEditorial.com: The Craft of Writing

Author: S Malone

Category: Writing

I’m not a big proponent of books on writing I know, I know, lots of folks swear by them From the old Strunk & White to Julie Cameron’s inspirational works and everything in between, writers plow through countless tomes to help them pen that next bestseller...

MaloneEditorial.com: 5 Tips to Avoid Crossing Writing-Genres

Author: S Malone

Category: Relationships

Traditional publishing is rigidly structured No news flash there But the stratification and specs of categories often bumfuzzle writers...

 
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