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Blogs of book industry professionals:

Anne R. Allen

“I've been in the writing business long enough to have collected a pretty full set of mistakes. I blog in hopes of helping some of the new writers out there make better choices.”


“Welcome to Bloom — where you’ll encounter the work and lives of authors whose first books were published when they were 40 or older; who bloomed in their own good time.”

Cynthia Leitich Smith’s “Cynsations”

“A source for conversations, publishing information, writer resources & inspiration, bookseller-librarian-teacher appreciation, children's-YA book news & author outreach.”

David Gaughran’s “Let’s Get Digital”

“How to Self-Publish, and Why You Should”

Jane Friedman

“I wear many hats, but most people know me as a trusted resource for writers, someone who is clued into the future of the publishing and media industry.”

Janet Reid, Literary Agent

“There are several posts labelled ‘query pitfalls’ and ‘annoy me’ that may help you avoid some common mistakes when querying.”

Joanna Penn

“I’m an international, professional speaker on creative entrepreneurship, digital publishing and internet marketing.”

Kate Tilton

“Kate focuses on social media tips, publishing events & tips, the weekly Twitter chat #K8chat, and author features & giveaways.”

Literary Rambles

“Spotlighting Children’s Book Authors, Agents, and Publishing.”

Mitali Perkins

“The author reflects on life in the melting pot, offering writing contests, a safe place to discuss immigrant life, book reviews, and other related resources...”

Nathan Bransford

“An author and an ex-literary agent with advice on how to write query letters, get an agent and get published.”

The Passive Voice

“A Lawyer's Thoughts on Authors, Self-Publishing and Traditional Publishing”

Rachelle Gardner, Literary Agent

“I write about a wide variety of topics of interest to writers, and I consider the reader comments even more important than my own posts.”

Stacy Whitman’s Grimoire

“Thoughts on writing, editing, and publishing books for children and young adults.”

Writer Beware

“Writer Beware’s mission is to track, expose, and raise awareness of scams and other questionable activities in and around the publishing industry.”

The Word Bench

“Word crafting and storytelling”