New York City is home to the Big Five publishers and the newspaper that publishes the New York Times bestseller list. Publishing culture is concentrated in New York City.
But since most of the gatekeepers, publishers, and agents live in New York City, many authors ask, “Don’t I need to comply with New York values in order to succeed in publishing?”
In this week’s episode, we’ll hear from Larry Correia, who ran into that conundrum and has modeled a solution for everyone asking that same question. He’s now a New York Times bestselling author of more than 25 novels, 50 short works, and two collections.
Larry tells us
- How and why he started writing for a niche audience.
- How he handled feedback from traditional publishers
- Whose feedback helped him thrill his readers most
- How authenticity and passion have fueled his creativity and career
Listen in this week to find out how to be an authentic author, sell more books, and expand your writing career by finding and writing for a specific group of readers. Read the blog version here.