Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Literary Justice for All! Great News for Indies!


Hey writers!

Did you know you can visit Indie-Visible's PubHub to build your own publishing team?

Indie-Visible is giving extra focus to the PubHub side of things and want to give a big shout out to our AWESOME TEAM OF FREELANCERS. Indie authors can use this list of highly recommended professionals to "Build Their Publishing Team" and gain assistance in all phases of the publishing process. Propel your next book to the heights of success with expert content editing, copy editing, proofreading, cover art, formatting, interior design, and marketing. PubHub has it ALL! In addition to building your team, PubHub also provides ongoing Expert Articles with tips and advice on all phases of publishing, including the business side of being an author. Indie-Visible's goal is provide a one-stop, interactive site for all indie authors seeking assistance, encouragement, and a team to root for them. New to Indie-Visible? Check out the Soft Launch Post for a nice overview of what they do. If you haven't yet familiarized yourself with them, I encourage you to head on over to their site, get to know The Literacy League Crew, and subscribe to the two Hubs for tons of fun and informative posts. If you've been following their posts, THANK YOU! If you haven't yet subscribed to BookHub or PubHub, you can subscribe on any of their posts, or sign up here. Giveaway Alert! As an added BONUS, if you subscribe to either or both Hubs, you will be automatically entered to WIN a fantastic prize package giveaway from the PubHub that will fulfill any author's dreams! This package will include a day blitz package from Red Coat PR, website design by Starling Magic, book cover art from MaeIDesign, branding from Whit&Ware, and more! Next Tuesday, there will be an official Giveaway Post with all the pertinent details coming soon. It is something you will not want to miss. So, what are you waiting for? Go check out Indie-Visible and join me in bringing LITERARY JUSTICE TO ALL!

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Grammarly Poses the question: Men vs. Women Who is the Better Writer?

Anyone who has read this blog knows that our writers love Grammarly.  Incredible people, and a really great grammar checking product, especially for those of us who struggle with confusing modifiers, comma splices or dangling anythings.

Grammarly recently posed the question who is the better writer, men or women? And I think you'll find their results surprising! Check it out! (if the pic is too small to read the words, click here to see the original :-)

What do you think? Do you agree, or do you think gender plays no role at all when dealing with great stories and the authors that write them?