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Storytelling is a form of communication and has changed over the course of history to become what it is today in terms of fiction writing. From the oral tradition of telling stories to writings on cave walls, to the use of the written word. Since the invention of the...read more
Revisions are different things to different people and they usually boil down to these four outlooks: I’d rather eat worms than revise; I revise by the seat of my pants, so worms aren’t an issue; I prefer chocolate but I’ll do anything to succeed — even eat worms; I...read more
From the SavvyAuthors Archives In preparation for NaNovember we are pulling a few articles out of the SavvyAuthors Archives. We're getting pretty excited about November and hope you are, too! This article is from 2014, when Lisa Casian shared a few Pros and Cons...read more
How to rise above the slush pile. I have had the absolute pleasure of jumping on board the Corvisiero Literary Agency team as one of their literary interns. Since joining the team in August, I have been immersed in not only the marvelous culture that is the agency,...read more
Once you’ve self-published your book, it can be difficult to promote it unless you already have some marketing experience or advertising ideas in mind. There’s no doubt that self-publishing can be worthwhile and rewarding, but when you self-publish, marketing is...read more
Yeah, it's still mostly about the kitty pic In the past couple of months, you may have noticed different types of promotion from SavvyAuthors. Oh sure, we do the regular posting for workshops, articles, and events on our Facebook page, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and...read more