Author: sherrie-wilkolaski

Keep The Creativity Flowing

by Dianna T. Benson Don’t get bogged down by the business side of the publishing industry. Yeah, way easier said than accomplished. I certainly allowed publishing business aspects to drain my creative juices until squeezed-dried. My passion disappeared, and an absent passion showed in my writing, more like lack of writing. For over four years, I couldn’t finish a new book. During that long stretch, my young family of five endured several medical mountains, two being my husband’s head and neck cancer when our children were ages sixteen, thirteen and nine and our daughter’s scoliosis surgery, so the business...

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Donna Stanley Author Interview

Donna Stanley lives in the beautiful Endless Mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania with her husband, Jonathan, and their teenage daughter, Olivia. She attended Philadelphia Biblical University, Moody Bible Institute, and Mansfield University, where she studied angelology, demonology, and the anthropology of religion. She was a youth leader for ten years and a pastor’s wife for sixteen years. She now serves as a young adult mentor and leader in her local church. New Wings Book Synopsis Why is that when we pray for the supernatural we are surprised when it shows up? Seventeen-year-old Olivia Stanton always knew the Bible says guardian...

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5 Tips to Position Your Book for an International Publisher

Originally published on Positioning your book to entice an international publisher is easier than you might think. There are several inexpensive tools that give an author an edge when going after an international market. International publishers are on a constant quest for new titles coming out of the US, shouldn’t your book at least have a chance to compete. Why should you consider going global? The grass is always greener on the other side, right. Look to music. The publishing and music businesses have much in common, think about how many US musicians do better overseas than at...

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Gordon Ramsay Will You Edit My Book?

by Sherrie Wilkolaski Radio Interview on Big Blend Magazine It’s official, I’m a workaholic. With that being said, you can imagine that I don’t have, or should I say, I don’t make much time to indulge in things like watching TV. With my busy work schedule, it isn’t at the top of my “to do” list. It’s usually late in the evening before I turn it on. At that point, I prefer binge viewing one show via Netflix on my Apple TV and default to reruns of Law & Order. During a bout of insomnia, I decided to branch...

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Judging A Book By It’s Cover

Originally published on by Kajette Solomon With thousands of self-published titles in the marketplace, not to mention competing with titles from traditional publishing, how do you make your book stand out? Bridgeman Art Library, a fine art and cultural image resource with over 40 years of experience licensing images to the publishing industry, has a few tips to get you started. Three things to consider when choosing cover art: 1. Quality: Blurry, low resolution files you found on the internet won’t cut it on the cover of your brand new book. You want to be sure image files...

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