Recent Articles

When an author first sets out to write a book, very few think about what will happen after they’ve completed the story. Creating the story is what authors live for. However, for most of us, the real work begins upon completion.

Writers Beware!
Ellen
Butler

I’ve been the victim of a scam. I do not take pride in admitting this. However, I’ve discovered this is not the first time this particular scam has been played on unsuspecting authors and it seems to be on the rise. Therefore, I am doing what I can to spread the word so it doesn’t happen to you. Like many romance authors, I watch for signings and events that will get me in front of readers.

Creating a Mystery!
Joe
Cosentino

Don’t you love a good mystery series? Being reunited with familiar characters and meeting new ones, searching for hidden clues, getting stumped by red herrings, marveling at plot twists and turns, and gasping at shocking endings? While great fun to read, a mystery series presents a litany of duplicities for the author which need constant care and attention. Ever thought about writing one?

Writing With Dyslexia
Victoria
Browne

My name is Victoria Browne and I am a dyslexic writer. I would like to try and explain what it is like to be a dyslexic in a non-dyslexic world and give some tips I use in everyday life, as an adult living with dyslexia. I knew I was different from an early age.

The Confident Author
Tyffani Clark
Kemp

I work with authors for a living. I started SideStreet Cookie Publishing because my main goal was to help Indie authors make the sales they deserve. I am very passionate about helping authors make their work the best it can be and helping them find creative ways to promote their books. However, one of my pet peeves is when authors come to me and we have this conversation:

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