Carl Zimmer is a science writer, author of 14 books, is a professor adjunct at Yale University, and writes the Origins column for The New York Times.
People really do judge books by their covers. It's important that your book cover gives readers an idea of what it's about, and that it looks professional.
When you want to publish a book, which option is better? Traditional or self-publishing?
John Wyver writes about the history of television in the United Kingdom, produces films about the arts and performance, and is a Professor of the Arts on Screen.
The choice of point of view when writing fiction has an important effect on how a story is told.
Mary Robinette Kowal writes science fiction and fantasy and starts writing all her novels during NaNoWriMo, which takes place each year in November. Her latest novel, Spare Man, has been nominated for a Hugo award.