If you can’t portray someone you know personally in a positive fashion, you will probably lose this friend and/or be sued for libel.
I’m teaching a 90-minute class on how to be a more effective in your online writing, and how to grow your audience and traffic over the long term.
A step-by-step guide to finding literary agents, plus how to select the right agent for you and your work.
Consider the story or message you wish to share, rather than focusing on the container.
My website (JaneFriedman.com) has been named a 101 Best Website for Writers by Writer’s Digest.
Should you self-publish or traditionally publish? This infographic will help you determine the best choice for you and your project.
On April 15–17, ALLI is hosting IndieReCon, a free online conference on self-publishing and reaching readers. Jane will speak on content marketing.
In this latest podcast interview, I discuss understanding your business as an author and expanding your personal brand beyond just book sales.
Last month, author Harry Bingham and I launched an author survey to explore the experiences and current leanings of traditionally published authors in the English language. The Bookseller in the UK originally reported on the survey here; it can catch you up on what we hoped to accomplish with this effort. So the results are now in. We received 812 responses; you can view […]
Register today for Predictable Book Sales: The 3-Step Framework to Build a Killer Launch by Tim Grahl.
I’m a proud contributor to an anthology releasing this week from University of Chicago Press, The Little Magazine in Contemporary America, edited by Ian Morris and Joanne Diaz.
Rejection is rarely personal—but it still hurts. So what do you do?
This spring, I’m running a 6-week course, MBA for Writers, that serves as a foundational course in book publishing and digital media for authors.
What exactly goes on your author website—especially if you’re unpublished?
If you need a place to start, then focus on talking about or posting about others you admire.
A group of literary authors have launched a limited edition box set of novels. How did they make the collaboration work?
It’s nearly spring, and that means conference season is about to go into full swing! Here’s a list of online & offline events I’m involved in.
Are you a traditionally published author? Then please keep reading. In partnership with Harry Bingham of Agent Hunter in the UK, we’re launching a survey of traditionally published authors, regardless of whether or not they have also self-published. Our goal is to see how traditionally published authors are feeling about the choices now available. We aim […]
Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.
Full-time author and speaker Scott Berkun discusses his book marketing experiences as both a traditionally published author and self-published author.