Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Author Spotlight - Tina Holland's "Finding Your Path to Publishing"

The Lovely Tina Holland
Today I am honored to spotlight a book by the delightful Tina Holland. She is a talented writer, dear friend, and active supporter of her fellow artists. Take for example her latest publication, “Finding Your Path to Publishing”. Without further ado, I present this helpful guide in Tina’s (and fellow author A. Catherine Noon’s) own words.


About the Book

Finding Your Path to Publishing is a book designed to help authors find a home for their work.   Whether that is to find an agent and get a New York Contract or to Indie Publish your works, every path is different.  This book will help you find the right path for you. 

Questions about your process and style will guide you to help make the best decision for your project and you as a writer.

Acknowledgement

The first time I met author Tina Holland, she asked me what I was doing as an author. She shared a genuine interest in my success and gave me several suggestions that I incorporated into my plans, which ultimately resulted in Rachel Wilder and I being offered our first publishing contract.

Tina’s passion for writing is second only to her passion for helping other writers succeed, to truly pay it forward in the writing world in a way that enriches and lifts up the people who come in contact with her. I first took her FEARS workshop, which stands for Finish, Edit, Analyze, Research, and Submit, several years ago and loved every minute of it. She makes what can be a bewildering array of options and tasks seem doable. She creates a clear path forward, whatever the writer’s ultimate goal – to land a “New York contract,” find an agent, publish with a small press, “Indie pub,” or blog.

I’m as excited about Finding Your Path to Publishing as I was when I first met Tina, because it does exactly what the title promises: guides you, teaches you, inspires you, to find your path.

~ A. Catherine Noon, Author

www.noonandwilder.com

Founder of Writer Zen Garden


Buy Links:

Books2read

Tina Holland on Amazon
Excerpt


Hello, my fellow writer!  Congratulations on writing your first book, or maybe even your fifth.  

My name is Tina Holland.  I’ve written over ten books, am published with two houses and have been nominated for awards.   I write Contemporary, Paranormal and Fantasy Romance, and now I can add Non-fiction to the list.

Writing is a journey for many of us, myself included.  Very few of us navigate the sea of words without discovering more about our characters, the subject matter, or even ourselves.

This book is intended to help you navigate the publishing world to find the best home for your book, even if that home isn’t quite finished.

While I am not an expert on everything, I do have a very healthy knowledge of the publishing industry, simply because it fascinates me.  I probably should’ve been an agent, but I love writing too much.   The business is changing rapidly and some of the material within will be dated within months of publication.  However, I hope to provide you with the basic principles and etiquette of the industry. 

Tina Holland  

Author Social Links:

Website       http://www.tinaholland.com/


Facebook    https://www.facebook.com/author.tina.holland/


Twitter        https://twitter.com/haveubeenaughty


Goodreads  https://www.goodreads.com/tina_holland

Pinterest     https://www.pinterest.com/haveubeenaughty/


In the classic words of Ms. Holland, have you been naughty lately?

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8 comments:

  1. Very interesting, and potentially helpful. Though I write a lot every day as a part of my work, I am yet to publish a book. Thanks for sharing, Darla.

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  2. Looks like a must read for those contemplating writing a book. These are most helpful guides.

    Have a fabulous day, Darla. Big hug. ♥

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  3. There are so many paths to publication. It's nice that she doesn't seem to say one is better than another.

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    1. So true. And Tina is a wise and empathic person.

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  4. That sounds like a helpful book for all writers.

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Thank you for taking time to share your opinion. Hearing from readers adds immensely to my joy of writing!