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Kevin Anderson’s Ghostwriting and Editing Team Visits Kravis Children’s Hospital

A few members of Kevin Anderson & Associates' management team and staff ghostwriter and editor, author Elizabeth Cody Kimmel, spent an afternoon at the Kravis Children's Hospital at Mount Sinai [...]

Kevin Anderson’s Ghostwriting and Editing Team Visits Kravis Children’s Hospital 2018-02-05T21:48:10+00:00

Tips for Fiction Writers: How to Hook a Reader

  What's the hardest part of mastering effective writing? Learning how to hook your reader. If you want readers to pay attention to what you have to say, you have [...]

Tips for Fiction Writers: How to Hook a Reader 2018-05-08T19:04:47+00:00

How Working with an Editor Can Help You Find Your Voice

If you’ve never worked with an editor before, it can be a daunting experience. What if they don’t understand what it is you want to say? What if they change [...]

How Working with an Editor Can Help You Find Your Voice 2018-05-08T19:04:47+00:00

Semicolons and How to Use Them

Semicolons are the horn-rimmed glasses of grammar: they’re just obscure enough to seem elite, but popular enough that they’re often misused. And, as with horn-rimmed glasses, the correct or incorrect [...]

Semicolons and How to Use Them 2018-05-08T19:04:48+00:00

Ten Famous Books Rejected By Publishers

Getting a book published isn’t easy. Even many famous and bestselling novels have faced rejection—some over and over—before finally getting the recognition that, with hindsight, we can say they deserved. [...]

Ten Famous Books Rejected By Publishers 2018-05-08T19:04:49+00:00

A Draft Is Not a Book

  Unless you’re Allen Ginsberg, “first thought [probably isn’t] best thought.” While the famous beat poet had a knack for improvisational writing, he is the exception. Whether you consider writing [...]

A Draft Is Not a Book 2018-05-08T19:04:49+00:00