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Writers of the Future with David Farland: Part 2

This week on Hide and Create, Joshua Essoe, Jordan Ellinger, Michael J. Sullivan, and Debbie Viguie continue their conversation with Coordinating Judge of Writers of the Future, David Farland. This week Dave gets into the things he looks for and wants to see in the entries he reads. We also talk about what he does […]

Writers of the Future with David Farland: Part 1

This week on Hide and Create Jordan Ellinger, Debbie Viguie, Michael J. Sullivan, and Joshua Essoe talk with David Farland about the Writers of the Future competition. Writers and Illustrators of the Future is the largest spec fiction, short-story contest in the world. What’s more, it is free to enter, up to four times per […]

Producing and Marketing a Book, Part 3

This week on Hide and Create, Debbie Viguie, Michael Sullivan, Joshua Essoe, and Jordan Ellinger continue to talk with Robin Sullivan about pulling together an indie book and putting it on the market. This is part three in our three-part series about the strategies and behind-the-scenes thinking of how to create a successful indie book.

Producing and Marketing a Book, Part 2

This week on Hide and Create, Debbie Viguie, Michael Sullivan, Joshua Essoe, and Jordan Ellinger continue to talk with Robin Sullivan about pulling together an indie book and putting it on the market. This is part two in our three-part series about the strategies and behind-the-scenes thinking of how to create a successful indie book.

Producing and Marketing a Book, Part 1

This week on Hide and Create, Debbie Viguie, Michael Sullivan, Joshua Essoe, and Jordan Ellinger talk with Robin Sullivan about pulling together an indie book and putting it on the market. Ever wondered how Michael J. Sullivan sold ten thousand books a month, what the indie market place looked like for the freshman class, and […]

Pros and Cons of Publishing with a Small Press

This week on Hide and Create, Joshua Essoe, Michael Sullivan, Debbie Viguie, and Jordan Ellinger talk about publishing with small presses. A small press can be the stepping-stone to your big, bad career, and unlike in self-publishing, your work is endorsed by a gatekeeper who believes in you and your work. And that counts for […]

Writing for Yourself Or Your Readers

This week on Hide and Create, Debbie Viguie, Jordan Ellinger, Michael Sullivan, and Joshua Essoe talk about just who you’re writing your great [insert country here] novel for. I really like the thought: “Write for yourself and edit for your reader.” This ties in a little to Writing for Love or Money: if you want […]