Author Archive: Annette Libeskind Berkovits

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How to Build a Better Book Launch

How to Build a Better Book Launch

You have worked your heart out to write your book, sweated, been anxious, revised, revised, revised, researched, then sweated some more, revised again, copy edited, argued with designers over the book cover and at long, long last…you have a finished book. Congratulations! Now, how to give it a coming out party, to help it debut […]

Why Writing Blog Posts Makes Me Queasy

Why Writing Blog Posts Makes Me Queasy

  Since I’ve become a published author in 2014 I have been pressured by mavens of the publishing universe and author friends to participate in blogging—a seldom-welcome avalanche of words. Maybe my ten years at the computer, writing, have turned me into a recluse, but I have to admit that I rarely appreciate the barrage […]

January 4, 2017 | By | 2 Replies More
Writing Advice: How Fellow Writers Can Help You Get Published

Writing Advice: How Fellow Writers Can Help You Get Published

Like the great cats, or giant pandas we labor alone at our craft, at least most of the time. Oh, we may venture out occasionally to find a mate as do the majestic beasts, but we have no colleagues with whom to shmooze, to bounce off ideas, or to complain about the frustrations of publishing. […]

October 5, 2016 | By | 2 Replies More