Keywords

Optimizing web pages for search engines using keywords has been a crucial technique in digital marketing for a while, especially for achieving a top ranking on search engines like Google. This strategy is also important for increasing visibility and sales of your book...

Timing Your Book Release: Hunt for the Perfect Date

Selecting the right moment to release a book can greatly amplify its initial impact and play a crucial role in its overall success. This widely accepted knowledge holds true for both publishers and booksellers in the commercial field. Let’s explore the...

Looking for New Interns

Unleash Your Publishing Potential: Join the Winterwolf Press Internship Program! Are you ready to step into the dynamic world of publishing? Winterwolf Press is thrilled to announce a golden opportunity for budding talents to join our vibrant team of creatives. Dive...

Three Ways to Use an Author’s Note

You’re rushing. Between the cover art, the negotiations still taking place between your agent and an interested publisher, and the retreating back of the city bus that’s supposed to be speeding you away to your day job, it’s been a long morning. And it’s only...

The Dos and Don’ts of Cover Design

So you’ve written a book. That is a huge accomplishment. You must feel ready to kick back on a sandy beach somewhere with a Mai Tai in one hand and the latest season of Game of Thrones on your tablet. But wait, don’t book those tickets to Tahiti just yet,...

Picking a Driver: Character vs. Plot

Between grabbing a pen to start your story and accepting another to sign your publishing contract, there’s a deep, dark pit of work that requires a writer to be both the digger who creates it and the landscaper who must fill it in and smooth it out, making it appear...

Narration & Point of View

The Great Depression. A mysterious recluse. A drawn-out trial. A murder. These are just some of the plot points associated with one very respected literary classic, and absolutely none of them would lead a reader to believe that children have any place near it. And...

Winterwolf Press on Publishers Weekly

BookExpo 2019: Broadening the Conversation Exerpt: “Stephana I. Colbert, author of Ordinary Extraordinary African American Women: The Elders (Jewell Jordan Publishing, 2017), rounds out the panel, moderated by Miranda Spigener-Sapon, creator of the upcoming...

Winterwolf Press author Miranda Spigener-Sapon, Showrunner/Creator of Amazon Prime series Marisa Romanov to Moderate Panels at BookExpo/BookCon 2019 & Promote the Release of her Novel, Charles: A Marisa Romanov Story

“Miranda Spigener-Sapon’s first prequel from Winterwolf Press, Charles: A Marisa Romanov Story is set to release in November 2019. The book explores the vast universe that holds mysterious and dangerous secrets about a multi-verse and parallel worlds. This...

Blog Tours and How They Can Work For You

If you’re here to learn about blog tours, then you’ve likely already got a book cooling on the rack and ready for release soon. Congratulations! Many aspiring writers don’t make it this far. Take a moment to bask in your success before you go back to agonizing over...

Hiring a Ghostwriter from Planning to Product

Although it is an odd profession, ghostwriting has a storied history. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ghost-composed pieces for wealthy patrons who wanted composing credits of their own. Ghostwriters have had a hand in writing famous memoirs, novels, and cookbooks. Even the...

Picking a Platform: Graphic Novels

Though DC’s Superman was the first big comic book character to grab the mainstream’s attention, Marvel Comic’s Stan Lee is undoubtedly everyone’s favorite father of comic book superheroes. But here’s the thing very few seem to have...

Finding Your Niche (in a Genre)

As a child, the only distinction that you had to worry about between literature was The Dewey Decimal System’s shift between Fiction and Non-Fiction. Now you’re an adult — an author — and have more genres on your hands than you know what to do...
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