Nink: Selling Direct Through Author Websites

This article discusses U.S. and international taxation law, which varies by country, state, province, territory, and municipality. The information here may not apply to your specific circumstances and is not legal advice. Authors wear multiple hats, including writer, researcher, editor, and [...]

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Nink: Front & Back Matter ~ Dress Your Novel For Success

As authors, we pour energy into creating our novels, drafting, and revising and polishing until every word sings. But all too often, we send those creations into the world dressed in the equivalent of a burlap sack, setting the story between [...]

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Nink: Baby Talk ~ How To Write Kids’ Dialogue That Doesn’t Suck

This article, written by Marsha Zinberg is from the August 2021 edition of Nink, the monthly newsletter of Novelists, Inc.  (NINC). Nink, which is packed each month with informative articles for career novelists, is a benefit of NINC membership.  I can still [...]

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Nink: Tips for Using Episodic Television Techniques in Your Novel

This article by Ines Johnson is from the July 2021 edition of Nink, the monthly newsletter of Novelists, Inc.  (NINC). Nink, which is packed each month with informative articles for career novelists, is a benefit of NINC membership.  Since I was [...]

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