Imagine your place on the bookshelf of the future

Writing need not be a solitary task. Now that you’ve worked your way through the writing process, try reaching out to other writers and agents as you explore your publishing options. There’s a whole world out there!

Do you have a Twitter account? Even if you don’t, there is much to learn from heading over to Twitter and searching for and following hashtags such as #amwriting, #amquerying and #pitchwars. You’ll discover a world of people talking to each other and to agents about the process of writing and getting published. Why not ask a few questions yourself? It might make all the difference to pick a few brains before you send your submission out into the world.

And don’t forget , you can always talk to us at @futurebookself

 

 

 

 

Jen Campbell, author of The Beginning of the World in the Middle of the Night

Juliet Mushens, author of Get Started in Writing Young Adult Fiction

Mike Gayle, author of novels including Turning Thirty, My Legendary Girlfriend and Mr. Commitment

Jurgen Wolff, author of Your Writing Coach

Writing need not be a solitary task. Now that you’ve worked your way through the writing process, try reaching out to other writers and agents as you explore your publishing options. There’s a whole world out there!

Do you have a Twitter account? Even if you don’t, there is much to learn from heading over to Twitter and searching for and following hashtags such as #amwriting, #amquerying and #pitchwars. You’ll discover a world of people talking to each other and to agents about the process of writing and getting published. Why not ask a few questions yourself? It might make all the difference to pick a few brains before you send your submission out into the world.

And don’t forget , you can always talk to us at @futurebookself

 

 

 

 

Katherine Grubb, author of Write a Novel in Ten Minutes A Day

Maddy Price, editor at Hodder & Stoughton

Louise Welsh, author of novels including The Cutting Room and A Lovely Way to Burn