Calling all content creators! A new digital publishing company is breaking old publishing rules and establishing new ones. Its name? Substack.
This literary amalgamation of fun, games, and author wisdom will allow dialogue for book lovers on an otherwise barren winter night.
While horror feasts on the unknown, not everything about the genre must remain a mystery. USA Today’s best-selling atmospheric horror author, Darcy Coates, has kindly agreed to share her experience in writing and publishing her mountain of mystifying material. Whether an avid reader of dark tales or a fellow writer, Coate’s insight and advice is sure to spark your passion for the paranormal and stir your fascination for all things dire, deathly and dreary.
From self-publishing her first horror e-book seven years ago to publishing seventeen titles in America during the same year, Darcy Coates is a steadily growing and fan inspiring name for the horror genre.
If you’re a writer, you’re going to want your voice heard and your work published to an audience. However, agents and sending your script to major publishing houses can be a messy process that only a very select few get to experience. There are many positives to skipping these steps and choosing to publish yourself, and here are five of them.