I originally planned for my second article on “How to Write” to be on, well…how to write, but I feel that I need to dedicate another preliminary article to one of the most important things you can do before you start officially writing: Prepare.
This is the first article in a series on writing. We will begin by outlining some general tips that should apply to every kind of writing. In future articles, b’ezras Hashem, we’ll build on these ideas and be more specific about how to write speeches, newsletters, fundraising letters, and divrei Torah for publication — which all require different techniques.
Please read: Part 1—A Guide to Writing, Publishing & Distributing a Jewish Book. Can I Get Published? Here I’m going to give a short list of things that will help your chances, or at least give you some direction. Writing Talent — While every good publisher has a respectable team of editors, if the author’s writing... Read more »
As the CEO and chief editor of the recently launched book publishing company, Adir Press, I read with great interest Rabbi Tzvi Gluckin's recent article featured on NLEResources.com about self-publishing. While our services at Adir Press do include self-publishing and e-book publishing, I wanted to primarily explain the benefits to regular publishing and why that may or may not be a