A Brief Look At Writer Types

By Kim Batchelor on Friday, March 31st, 2017 in BookHive Corp, Novels, Writing. No Comments

There are many different approaches to take when attempting to write anything, be it a novel, or a play, or a poem, and so on. In this article I would like to outline briefly some of the writing styles I have encountered in my time in the writing community. Just for fun! The Straight Through: […]


Interview with BookHive Beta Reader Jennifer Neal

By Kim Batchelor on Wednesday, March 15th, 2017 in BookHive Corp. No Comments

Ms. Jennifer Neal consumes books the way that most people consume popcorn at the movie theater. A Spanish teacher, teaching in Cairo, Egypt for the year, and hailing from Connecticut, Jennifer is an avid traveler. She has lived outside of the United States for over 20 years in Africa, Central and South America, and Europe […]


BookHive Author Christine Whitehead Signs with Brower Literary

By Kim Batchelor on Friday, March 3rd, 2017 in BookHive Corp, Novels, Writing. No Comments

Good news! Christine Whitehead, who had previously tested her book on BookHive, has signed with Brower Literary. Christine is a native of New England, who practices law and is a lover of horses. Her upcoming book, Hemingway’s Daughter, is a historical fiction novel about the life of author Ernest Hemingway and his fictional daughter. In […]


Introduction to Writer’s Conferences

By Kim Batchelor on Saturday, February 25th, 2017 in BookHive Corp, Writing. No Comments

Networking with other authors can be helpful for an author aspiring to be published. One of the ways to meet and hear from authors, publishers, and other members of the writing community is by attending a Writer’s Conference. Often featuring booths and panels, these event are focused on connecting attendees to the resources they need […]


Interview with Charles Salzberg

By Kim Batchelor on Tuesday, February 14th, 2017 in BookHive Corp, Novels, Self-Publishing, Writing. No Comments

Hello BookHive readers! I’m today pleased to present an interview with Charles Salzberg. Salzberg is a freelance writer for various publications, the author of the Henry Swann detective series, nominated for the Shamus Award, and the co-founder of the New York Writer’s Workshop. The New York Writer’s Workshop is a program dedicated to teaching aspiring […]


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