May 29, 2019– Book editors are essential and very expensive; their expertise comes at a price, but their advice is invaluable! Here’s an awesome infographic that explains the different types of book editors and what they do as well as when you’ll need them in the writing process, brought to you by our friends at savannahgilbo.com.
January 30, 2019– This is a very cool and useful infographic of sixteen government types and the way that they work. This is great for research purposes if you’re going to build/destroy a society in your writing. Brought to you by our friends at wordpandit.com:)
January 4, 2019– Humans lie. Whether it’s white lies or big lies, or the lies in between, we all do it at one time or another. Lying can be essential for your manuscript depending on the genre! Here’s a really cool infographic explaining how to detect a lie; this is great for implementing into your manuscript if one of your characters is being interrogated by the police, or if a parent in your story is asking their teenage son what time they came home on Saturday night, or if you want to convey some subtle gestures throughout your novel for when your character is being less than truthful. Here’s to your success, and that’s no lie! X LLB
October 15, 2018– Wow; This is a great infographic on how to pitch your novel or screenplay! As a traditional publisher, I cannot tell you how important it is to get your words on the page concisely and effectively, because publishers and movie makers expect this. It makes things easier for everyone and allows us to make a decision quickly and intelligently. Check out the info below from our friends at bang2write.com and keep this in mind the next time you pitch your work. Best of luck! X LLB
July 30, 2018- I had the pleasure of visiting LitFire Publishing’s booth when I was at the London Book Fair in England last March. Here is a fabulous info-graphic about 15 amazing ways to create a book title. This is definitely one of my weaker points and I can’t tell you how often I struggle with naming my books!
June 4, 2018-I LOVE writing in First Person narrative! Why? Because it allows my reader to sit beside the main character and feel everything that he feels and experience everything that she experiences first hand. Check out this handy infographic on ways to start a first-person story! Brought to you by our friends at NowNovel.com
May 11, 2018- This is way too cool! Check out the 22 rules of storytelling by the experts at Pixar; are you following the rules or breaking them?
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