Here are the articles for the week, if you missed one, go and check it out today.
What Does a Proofreader Actually Do With Your Book? by Wendy Janes
Some great reaction to this post. People have been shocked at what all a proofreader does.
Fiction Writers Can Write Great Non-Fiction Books Too by Jo Robinson
Do you need an explanation?
Chaos Is Come Again by John Dolan and Fiona Quinn by Olga Núñez Miret
Olga knew about the writing process of the book before hand and went into the story wondering how it could work. Once in, she no longer cared about the process. Check out the review.
The Legacy of Fear by Vanessa A. Ryan by Ronovan
Vampires, mysteries, and Egyptian artifacts? What more do you need.
The Fictional Woman by @Tara_Moss by Florence Thum
People were surprised that after reading the review they now wanted to read the book themselves.
BOOK RELEASE NOTICES
Make some noise with a Thunderclap. For me and @PSBartlett
Our very own PS Bartlett has a book coming on Tuesday, April 14. The Thunderclap is for the 21st. Read the article to find out where I come into the picture. It’s free to help her out. Go do it. NOW! Oh, and she’s gone Indie, in case any of you hadn’t heard.
Welcome @JERoyle Newest LWI Team Member.
Our newest member and a little about him.
It’s Thunderclap Time for Author @AlienoraTaylor
An author with a need. Part of our sister site Authors Supporting Authors efforts to help authors get noticed.
Authors, be what authors need to be.
More of my thoughts about the future of Authors Supporting Authors and what Indie Authors need to do in order to be successful.
What can you expect next from the LWI Team?
Olga will likely have something great, as usual out Monday, as well as an interview by Colleen of Lisa Tetting of The Mistreatment of Zora Langston, which she reviewed here. You know Jo likely has something great coming up on Thursday. You have no idea what I might come up with, but be on the look out for authors needing help from https://authorssupportingauthors.wordpress.com/. What will the other team members have? Who knows? I don’t assign things or force anyone to write. I see things in the dashboard or get an email and go look.
If you are an author and have a guest post in mind, email me the idea at firstname.lastname@example.org. People love informative posts that help them with their careers and to make their novels better.
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2 thoughts on “Lit World Interview Week In Review Apr. 13-18.”
It was a great week. I especially enjoyed the posts by Wendy Janes and Jo Robinson. Thanks so much.
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