3 writer secrets revealed! And that’s just the first issue

Learn more about TimIt’s no secret that writing is a constant learning process. And as writers, we’re always striving to improve.

So if you’re the kind of writer who welcomes new tips, tricks, and advice, boy do I have some good news for you!

When you subscribe (for free) right now to our new literary magazine, you’ll get a chance to go behind the scenes and learn some of the secrets of the trade.

Here’s just a taste of the first issue:

#1. What’s behind a successful author? You’ll love our author interviews, starting in September when we peer inside the world of one of our top novelists (whose identity will be revealed soon!), and catch up with other writers in our community to find out what’s been working for them—so you can put it to work in your own writing life.

#2. You can turn fear into motivation. “One of the fears that surfaces again and again for me is this (lame) limiting question: Who am I to tell my stories?” says author and poet Allison Marie Conway. “The amount of mental and emotional capital I waste on jabbing myself in the ribs with this shaming technique is truly astounding.”

In the upcoming September issue, you’ll learn what advice Allison has for writers who want to dominate fear, instead of succumbing to it.

#3. Can a negative review actually help sell a book? It’ll happen to all of us at some point: a less-than-stellar review of a book we wrote. Allison Maruska talks about how to turn this into an advantage—along with one important tip for what not to do with a negative book review.

This and more coming your way!

Get each issue delivered—hot off the press—to your e-mail inbox when you subscribe for free right now!

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