Ghostwriting Feature #2 – Seun Odukoya

For the next few weeks here at Accomplish Press, we are focusing on the topic of Ghostwriting. There is a lot of misunderstanding about what ghostwriting is, what ghostwriters do exactly, how the agreements are drawn up, how to find a ghostwriter, and so on. To help us understand it better, we have four featured […]

Ghostwriting Feature #1 – Abidemi Sanusi

For the next few weeks here at Accomplish Press, we are focusing on the topic of Ghostwriting. There is a lot of misunderstanding about what ghostwriting is, what ghostwriters do exactly, how the agreements are drawn up, how to find a ghostwriter, and so on. To help us understand it better, we have four featured Q […]

Why Should Authors Have a Blog?

Why Authors Need a Blog A writer’s time is precious. Twenty-four hours may seem like a lot of time, but when you are an author in today’s highly competitive environment, what you choose to do with those hours can make a big difference. The concept of blogging has been around for years now. Many who […]

Want to Self-Publish Your Book? Here’s Why You Need an Editor

If you are looking to self-publish your work, you may be tempted to cut costs by skipping on professional editing. Here’s our advice to you – DON’T! The thrill of having written the closing chapter makes it very tempting to just publish it right away. We understand that thrill. But a professional writer knows that […]

Differences between Traditional, Self-Publishing and Vanity Publishing

Differences between Traditional, Self-Publishing and Vanity Publishing Thanks to the internet, the publishing industry has changed dramatically over the years. Before, getting your written words out to an audience meant a long, difficult process. Publishing houses could only produce so many works a year, and the competition to be one of the chosen few was […]

What is an Author Platform? Do I Need One?

There is much talk among writers, agents, editors and publishers about “author platform”. But what is it? What does it mean for you as a writer, whether you’re published or not? There are a few definitions of platform. Starting with the first thing: your platform is your audience. As a writer, who are the people […]

Finish What You Start

One of my biggest problems as a writer is finishing what I’ve started. I always have lots of different ideas in my head at the same time, so I have a hard time committing to one project. Perhaps you’re like me and you have folders full of abandoned novels and short stories on your computer? Or […]

3 Questions Every Creative Person Must Ask

Article written by Jane Friedman. Source I’m starting to find that the same dilemmas come up again and again when I talk with a group about online media and marketing. These are dilemmas that I can’t solve. They boil down to three questions you have to ask yourself—and be able to answer honestly—to find a […]

7 Signs That You’re Not Ready to Publish

If you’re a writer wondering whether your work is ready to go out into the world, check out this article by Penny C. Sansevieri on The Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/penny-c-sansevieri/7-signs-that-youre-not-re_b_1855988.html  

“A Right Fit”: Navigating the World of Literary Agents

Interesting article by Michael Bourne on world of Literary Agents : http://www.themillions.com/2012/08/a-right-fit-navigating-the-world-of-literary-agents.html