I was a preofessional white asshole on the Fresh Prince of Bel Air. Will Smith was awesome. Here’s the clip.
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Great interview with Wayétu Moore, writer extraordinaire, about books, writers and publishing with the Book Doctors
The Book Doctors interview amazing author Brad Parks. He has so many useful & fascinating things to say about how to become successfully published writer.
Book Con, June 2, Javitz Center, New York City, 10:45AM, come pitch your book to the Book Doctors! This is your shot! Are you going to take it?
Do you have social mediaphobia? Scared opf Twitter? Terrified of Facebook? Shiver at the thought of Instagram? Get yourself a tween mentor. They know how to do everything on social media because their brains are hardwired that way. And, the work for Kit Kat bars.here’s a video we made to show you how.
The Book Doctors break down exactly what you and make an awesome query letter, and how to customize your query for submission purposes only
The Book Doctors offer a free webinar, where they will give you some of the keys necessary to unlocking the door to the publishing kingdom. How to get a book deal. How to find an agent. Whether to publish traditionally or with a hybrid publisher? Is self-publishing the right path to take? Ask questions! This […]
The Book Doctors scoured our archives to bring you some of our top writing advice from 2018. Ask us questions in the comments. Visit us at https://thebookdoctors.com. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/9VaE9C.
The Book Doctors will be travelling from LA to NY, the World Wide Web to Kauai, helping talented amateur writers become professional authors. Come join us, and say hello when you do!
Tami Charles’s new book, Like Vanessa, is out now. The Book Doctors picked her brain about what it takes to get published when you write for kids.
The Book Doctors are SUPER psyched to be bringing Pitchapalooza back to Rutgers Writers’ Workshop this June 1. Come pitch your book!
Aloha! The Book Doctors are headed to Hawaii. Pack your swimsuits and manuscripts and join us at the Kauai Writers Conference, November 5 – 11, where we’ll be presenting with a cavalcade of world-class writers, agents and editors. Do yourself and your book a favor and come to the Garden Island, where bestselling and award-winning writers […]
If you plan to query agents, pitch editors, or self publish, get your writing into the world before you have a book because it proves there’s an audience interested in your subject. Where to start? We’ll tell you how to pitch big publications and niche. Here’s what we cover: Publications that will build your platform Examples of […]
Disreputable author service companies often masquerade as legitimate publishers. Here’s how to publish a book without getting scammed. Ask us questions in the comments.
Honored as always to be talking about World Cup on National Public Radio. And here’s me in Newsweek on flopping!
As always it was a great honor to be on National Public Radio, this time talking about the art of flopping in the World Cup. Apparently cheating is the international language. https://www.npr.org/2018/07/01/625079032/the-art-of-flopping-in-soccer
Open Call for Submission to Anthology: How I Kicked Opioids I became addicted to opioids. It was horrible. I wrote a story about it for the Daily Beast. I want to help people who were in the same miserable position as me. So I’m putting together an anthology. Are you now, or have you ever been, […]
After I had my knee replacement I got addicted to opioids in about ten minutes. This is how I kicked my addiction. I wrote this as a cautionary tale for anyone with pain. Or anybody prone to addiction. I Kicked My Opioid Addiction with Marijuana on Daily Beast
A dad explains how to play it cool in front of your big crush
I don’t know how this happened but here it is. Look it up. https://www.amazon.com/Ending-Human-Trafficking-Modern-Day-Slavery/dp/1506316735/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1523377124&sr=8-1&keywords=Ending+Human+Trafficking+and+Modern-Day+Slavery%3A+Freedom%27s+Journey
I was 17 when I was raped. By a stranger. I was 16 when my girlfriend confessed to me that she was raped. By a family member. I’ve been grappling with these two events for the last decade as I wrote a novel about a 16-year-old orphan boy. I didn’t even realize that […]
60. Today I am 60. Six months ago I was freaking the frick out about turning 60. My grandfather had been dead of black lung disease for decades before he could turn 60. Tupac was dead 35 years before he could reach the big Six Oh. It seemed like most of my life was behind […]
Psyched. Stoked. Excited.
Much to my surprise, I discovered that my story The Snow Leopard has been chosen to be part of an anthology called Desire: 100 of Literature’s Sexiest Stories, chosen by the deliciously named Mariella Fristrup, and the Erotic Review, and published by Head of Zeus. Is a great honor to have my story in bed […]
We first met Jenise Aminoff at the New England SCBWI Conference in Springfield, Massachusetts. She wowed us with her awesome pitch at our Pitchapalooza (think American Idol for books), and we were absolutely sure that she was going to be a published author sooner rather than later. Sure enough, her new book, A Witch’s Kitchen, […]
Cathy Salit, CEO of Performance of a Lifetime, had a life-changing book on her hands: Performance Breakthrough: A Radical Approach to Success at Work. It’s a book that everyone interested in becoming a better version of themselves should read, especially if you’re an author without writing experience, or a writer without publicity and marketing experience.
I came away from our workshop inspired, hopeful, informed, and once again in love with writing, writers, and even agents (well, some of them)!
David first met Frances Stroh when he read on the same bill as her during a Litquake event in a bar in San Francisco’s North Beach that stank of beer. When he found out who she was and what the book was about, it seemed weirdly appropriate. Besides being a wonderful artist and writer, Frances […]
We first became aware of Lin Oliver when we presented at the annual New England Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Conference. We learned she had co-founded SCBWI, and we kept hearing what a wonderful writer, great businessperson and generous human she was. She talks publishing, writers groups and how to get successfully published.
We met JoAnneh Nagler a few years ago. She was such a charismatic, wise, energetic evangelist for artists looking to become better business people and make better financial choices. Now that her new book, How to Be an Artist Without Losing Your Mind, Your Shirt, or Your Creative Compass, is out, we picked her brain […]