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Meghan Ward

I'm a freelance writer and book editor represented by Andy Ross of the Andy Ross Literary Agency. You can read an excerpt of my memoir, Paris On Less Than $10,000 A Day, and visit my website for more info about me.

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Butt in chair stick-to-it-iveness

This week I’m reposting one of my favorite posts—because I think we all need to be reminded now and then of the importance of keeping our butts in the chair.

I’m writing again for the first time in weeks and finding it difficult to sit still in my chair. Today I thought about what works [...]

Author Interview: Alison Singh Gee

I am so excited today to introduce my friend Alison Singh Gee, whose debut memoir, Where the Peacocks Sing: A Palace, a Prince and a Search for Home, is on sale TODAY.

Where the Peacocks Sing is the beautiful saga of a glamorous Jimmy Choo-wearing magazine journalist living in Hong Kong who falls in [...]

1020 Words About How Writers Can Use YouTube

Today I’d like to welcome Dane Golden of Hey.com, who is here to talk about how writers can use YouTube to build their author platforms.

If you’re a writer, how should you use YouTube?

Well, I believe YouTube is best thought of as social video, a conversation between you, the writer, and [...]

Multimedia Books: A Comparison of Publishers

Multimedia ebooks, enhanced books, enriched books, interactive ebooks—whatever you call them, they’re here to stay. As more companies make the foray into multimedia book publishing, authors have greater opportunities than ever to transform their static PDFs into living stories with the addition of audio, video, and graphics.

Below is a comparison of the top multimedia [...]