Pages and Links We've Found Helpful
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The Public Lending Right Program compensates authors for free public access to their books in libraries.
Check out the link for more info:
Print on Demand Service
Here is a great resource. The University of Waterloo has a print on demand service that anyone can access.
There is an enormous difference between living with your work as an electronic file and actually holding a hard copy in your hands.
You really see things differently. The University's Print on Demand is excellent. The turn around times is short and the cost is very reasonable.
I am currently printing a couple of proofing copies of a novel. You can print just one copy or a as many as you would like.
CBC Books "Canada Writes"
The site was highly recommended to Sally Basmajian. The 6-week Plotstormers II, is all about re-editing a drafted novel. Heard the short story one is excellent and also that Plotstormers I is great for people who are just about to begin writing a novel.
Keys to Writing Middle Grade & Young Adult Books.
It is basic information and includes advice from successful authors but it is a good review or reminder of the fundamentals.
The Writers Workshop in the UK
(Agent/Editorial Service). Well organized and straight to the point. Good reference
Site full of links and podcasts giving writing tips. Provides upcoming contests world-wide.