Today, Caffeinated Press will be presenting “Edits: Yes, You Must.” at the KDL Writers’ Conference in Kentwood, MI. We will help attendees understand the query process from the publisher’s perspective, learn how to parse publisher guidelines, understand the most common
What happens if the horror writer takes their usual writing time to write a humorous anecdote instead? What if the humor writer turns to poetry? The poet to an essay? A technical, non-fiction writer to horror? It may not result in a best seller, but what does it mean?
Earlier this year, we posted about finding time to write. After being reminded that just ONE of the things writers do is write… it became clear that time management would be a great theme to visit. Listening to audio books
On the first of every month, you can receive content straight to your email from Caffeinated Press! Creatives’ Corner features a list of creative challenges for the month to stir your creativity (and push your behind in gear if you
Join us for our second Caffeinated Press event! Learn about the history of Caffeinated Press, upcoming opportunities, and go through the life of a book from conception (the fun part!) to getting a contract with a publisher and what happens
Join us for an evening of story excerpts from our first anthology, information on how we came to be, and get answers to your questions about becoming a published author! Visit caffeinated-press.com for more information on us and our first
Are you as excited about Brewed Awakenings hitting shelves as WE are? It’d be tough, because we are REALLY excited. Or maybe you’re more excited about your latest work and you are looking for more information on how to get
Many writers struggle with finding time for perfecting their craft. It isn’t just about writing and producing a story, it’s also about editing, research, character development, scene structure, making the perfect cup of coffee or tea, reading, finding inspiration… Wow.
Part of being a writer is finding a strong community. This community can support you through bouts of procrastination, inspire you, provide beta readers, and act as a sounding board for those “only a writer would understand!” moments. So where