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Terri Giuliano Long is the bestselling author of the novel In Leah's Wake. Her life outside of books is devoted to her family. In her free time, she enjoys walking, traveling, and listening to music. True to her Italian-American heritage, she's an enthusiastic cook. In an alternate reality, she might be an international food writer. She lives with her family on the East Coast and teaches at Boston College. In Leah's Wake is her debut novel. For more details about Terri and her book events, please visit her website: www.tglong.com, www.tglong.com/blog, Or connect with her on Facebook or Twitter: @tglong
I recently had the good fortune of meeting Lucy Challenger, director of SelfPubli.sh, an exciting new online marketplace that prov...
Terri shares a questionnaire to help you decide the best means of publication based on your work and creative preferences as well ...
Terri interviews Bella Andre, successful Romance writer—traditionally published turned self-publisher.
Terri offers a simple and very doable plan for building author platform: "Here is an easy-to-follow 4-step plan for building a sol...
Terri talks with British writer Joanna Penn, "a forward-thinking author who has taken her career into her own hands, making publis...
Terri interviews Ariella Papa and Lynn Messina, the founders of Authors Unbound, an exciting new program created to help indie aut...
Terri shares some strategies for goal-setting, staying on track and, most importantly, being kind to yourself.
Terri discusses the primary reasons good books are rejected for publication: "...publishers sometimes reject good books, for reaso...
The Pros and Cons of MFA programs--Terri Giuliano Long writes part two to her spotlight on graduate writing degrees.
Terri Giuliano Long explains the MFA—the definition of the degree, the difference between an MFA and an MA, and full-time versus...
Terri explains the ins-and-outs of partnerships in self-publishing: "Working with publishing professionals—often called publishi...
Terri examines the three main paths to publication in detail—large and small traditional house and self-publishing—along with ...
Terri writes about the ways in which motherhood shapes the writer and the themes of her work: "Like anyone else, authors are drive...
Terri attends BookEpo America and shares her reasons why every writer should, too: "Until now, I’ve done things haphazardly, lik...
Terri shares the benefits of belonging to a writer's group: "It doesn’t matter how it comes—an email, a phone call, a suggesti...