Author Sophfronia Scott discusses what aspiring writers can learn from the story of John Lewis’s long journey to publish his book “Radio Master: The Life and Times of Sports Broadcasting Great Ted Husing”
Author Sophfronia Scott tells aspiring writers how to survive the final stages of the book publishing process.
Author Sophfronia Scott offers her best tips on writing memoir, one of the more popular genres in book publishing today.
Author Sophfronia Scott says thinking about how your book will sound is an important key to ensure you’re writing well.
Author and Book Coach Sophfronia Scott encourages new writers to avoid becoming “victims” of publishing companies by becoming better informed and making better choices.
By Sophfronia Scott Our local newspaper recently featured an area Realtor on the cover of its magazine supplement. It was a large story including a photo of the woman on the top of the newspaper’s front page teasing the story and referring to her as a book author. I was curious to know more about [...]
By Sophfronia Scott It happens all the time. An aspiring author will send me an email asking “What do you think of this self-publishing company?” or “What have you heard about that one?” I will respond if I do know the company in question, but there’s no way I can have had experience with all [...]
By Sophfronia Scott Iâ€™ve heard a lot about what writers have to say about the publishing processâ€“and many are disappointed. Usually itâ€™s because they had certain expectations that were not met. Whether they knew it or not, there was no way those expectations were going to be met because of the way they chose to [...]
By Sophfronia Scott The New York Times acknowledged recently (and on the front page no less!) that self publishing is on the rise even as the traditional publishing industry is laying off workers and cutting back on acquiring books. (You can view the article by going here.) In case you missed it, the editor of [...]