Tag: books

Lists, Publishing, Reading

10 Facts & Figures About eBooks!

Readers and writers alike often debate the merits of eBooks versus traditional print publications. Though both sides offer valid support for their claims, this contentious argument is unlikely to end any time soon. Regardless of your position on this issue, one thing remains clear: eBooks are here to stay. Read on to discover 10 fascinating …

Lists, Reading, Writing

10 Old-Fashioned Words We Need to Resurrect!

Social media has brought us dozens of new words and phrases. “Bae’s eyebrows are on fleek” is a sentence no one would have uttered just five years ago; today, however, most Millennials know exactly what it means. Though new words are coming into vogue every month, many others have been lost. We think it’s high …

Lists, Reading

Five Awesome Reasons to Read Classic Novels!

Do you find your next “must-read” books by perusing the New York Times bestseller list? If so, you’re missing out on a ton of excellent literature! There are many reasons readers avoid classic literature. These books are often lengthy; the vocabulary and grammatical structure are more challenging than those found in contemporary literature. Some readers resent …

Lists, Reading

The Best Places to Read!

Instead of the usual text post, we’ve decided to mix things up on the blog! Today’s post will use GIFs to illustrate the best places to read! What is your favorite place to read? Let us know in the comments below! 🙂 We love to read… 1. …at the beach.    2. …at the library. …

Author, Guest Entry

Meet An Author – Emily Shankle And The Raven’s Wing

Guest Entry By Helidth Ravenholm (Originally posted on Buzzfeed) It’s a fact – a lot more people write than you’d think. Another fact – a lot more people write really, really well than you’d think. For some, writing is their life – from the moment they’ve realised what they wanted to be when they grew …

Publishing

Facebook For Authors

When promoting yourself as an author, there are a number of methods that can boost you on the internet. As a publishing company, we are very aware that the author’s own self-promotion can play a part in both their success as an author and our success in publishing them well. Whilst these pointers and suggestions …

Guest Entry, Writing

Styles of Writing And Which Person

Guest Entry by H. Ravenholm Having dissected all those potential pitfalls that await an author in this complicated world, let’s now look at the styles of writing and which person you write in.

Guest Entry, Writing

Styles Of Writing

Guest Entry by H. Ravenholm It’s a definite – there are probably as many styles of writing as there are people (read that potential authors, read that potential authors we want to publish  ). But… and that’s an everlasting but for all authors… what if, that terrible, niggling if, what if what you are …

Publishing

Why The Submission Email?

Every publisher that allows unsolicited submissions will provide the prospective author with a list of what they want in the submission letter/email… And so do we… But why do we ask for the particular details in our How To Submit section?

Author, Guest Entry, Writing

Brooke Holme – I Find Inspiration In…

Guest Entry by Brooke Holme (Author of Dangerous Jungles, Masks, Times Apart and In The Middle of Things) “I’ve got a strong background in social sciences, so my background creates the twists and plots in the story. I often get worried that I include too much of the more technical in my books, so I …