Why iZombie Would Make the Perfect Book

November 10, 2016 by MSWL Admin

by Kylie Brien, editor at Skyhorse Publishing Sure, it started as a graphic novel, and is sort of . . . maybe . . . technically a book already—but the show has taken on a life of its own. The television series, created by Rob Thomas, has a completely different feel than the graphic novel series it was based on. Because of this, I tend to look at it as…

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#MSWL Launches The Manuscript Academy

November 2, 2016 by MSWL Admin

  Welcome to The Manuscript Academy—online writing conferences built with a writer’s needs, comfort, and budget in mind. Brought to you by Manuscript Wish List®, these one-of-a-kind online conferences will give you the tools and information you need to get your book published and become a successful author. — Our next event launches on November 5, 2016, and focuses on getting your books for children and teen published. Click here…

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On How Being Stubborn as all Get-Out Got Me an Agent

October 27, 2016 by MSWL Admin

by K. Kazul Wolf I’m gonna get real for a second here. I hate insta-success stories. It’s not because of jealousy or hate (though writer jealousy is so much fun), but there’s nothing to learn. They’re the exceptions, the flukes we have little control over. So while there’s some success to my story, it’s already been a hell of a long journey to get to where I am. And maybe…

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