Listen carefully to first criticisms of your work. Note just what it is about your work that the critics don’t like – then cultivate it. That’s the part of your work that’s individual and worth keeping.
Who were the top earning authors of 2013? Some of the names on the list came as no surprise, while a few others just might shock you. 1. E. L. James – $95 Million Originally written as a “” tribute[Read More…]
Some people become writers. Through a series of events and circumstances, they fall into the world of professional writing. Others are born writers – they have no choice. How about you? Are you a born writer? Take the quiz and [Read More…]
While numbers vary according to source, one thing is for sure, the books below are, indeed, bestsellers. Over 100 million copies by Miguel De Cervantes by Charles Dickens by J. R. R. Tolkien by J. K. Rowling by Agatha Christie[Read More…]