Weekly News Round-Up (August 12, 2022)

What's up writing, book, and publishing peeps? Somehow, I've managed to post this week's installment of writing-, publishing-, and book-related news and opinion is on time and I'm (somewhat inexplicably) happy about that. 

There are some real gems in this week's batch of articles and op-eds, including some tips on self-publishing your work and some thoughts on writing-related tech. Personally, I believe the only "tech" one needs is a good pen and a notebook, but what the hell do I know?

Enjoy ... and if you do enjoy this, be sure to share it with your writing-, publishing-, and book-inclined friends.


On Writing Intentionally and Infusing Meaning Into Genre Writing

Dwyer Murphy on How to Write About a City

How to Use the Novelist App to Plan and Write Your Book

Can “Distraction-Free” Devices Change the Way We Write?

Writing Advice: How to Get the Feedback You Need



How to get your own book published: a step by step guide

The Write Stuff: Tips on Self-Publishing a Book

Penguin Random House's CMO on the Future of Publishing

Making Money As A Professional Writer Is Hard, Here's How To Succeed

Why We Need Independent Publishers 

The possible effects of the Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster merger



Writer's Digest Presents: A Competition Announcement, 6 WDU Courses, and More!

What We Gain from a Good Bookstore

Town Defunds Library After Fight Over LGBTQ Novel

Writers help transform old Burlington trail into new poetry path


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