This page contains some useful advice by others in the writing world as well as links to others who provide associated services.
Getting your text ready
Copy Editing vs Proof Reading
Editing your own work before sending it to your editor
Options for Fiction Manuscript evaluation
Working with illustrators
Images in e-books
Why book covers are rejected
Almost everything you need to know about ISBNs
New ISBN required?
Want to use something by a famous author? check the copyright at The WATCH File
The UK Copyright legislation is a useful detailed document.
The UK Copyright Service provides a good overview.
IGLC has more detailed guidance/information.
Using real people in your fiction writing
The right of publicity
Invasion of privacy
Aspects of writing
How strong is your dialogue?
Best cliffhanger endings
Next steps for your published book
Getting your book translated
Writing in multiple genres
Blackbird Literary Agency
Colin Rowe designed the cover for Battle for Hurungwe
Duncan Bourne designed the cover for Archibald’s Aunt
Ben Baldwin designed the cover for This and That
Xuni.com designed the cover and flyer for The Celebration Husband
Prodeepta Das designed the cover/poster for When Chaplin met Gandhi
Pauline Grande Lopez designed the cover for When Rhys fell out a tree
Copyright free images available from the New York Metropolitan Museum and Second Wind, Pixabay
Kirsty Adegboro, KAD Indexing and Translation Services
TSL children/young people authors available through Peters
So I’ve seen a few tweets lately about the opaqueness of the publishing sector, which is completely fair. And some of them emphasised the difficulty in getting up to date sales figures, and that’s rather more… complicated.
So here’s a brief 🧵 on book sales and accounting>>
— David ‘is the Real Monster Here’ Moore (@dtmooreeditor) September 29, 2021