Where to Submit Your Short Stories and Flash Fiction

By Kim Batchelor on Saturday, September 16th, 2017 in BookHive Corp, Research. No Comments

You’ve written a short story. It’s amazing. It’s the best roughly 500 to 30,000 words ever put to page. You are the next Ernest Hemingway! But, first, you need to get published and have someone read your work. Here are some places to consider submitting your short stories. Contests: Sometimes different publishers, newspapers, journals, or […]


How To Pitch A Non-Fiction Book

By Kim Batchelor on Tuesday, May 16th, 2017 in BookHive Corp, Literary Agent, Research, Writing. No Comments

If you working on or planning a non-fiction book, here are some tips on how to pitch! Unlike in fiction writing, you don’t have to have a complete manuscript to pitch your book; the important thing is your proposal. The proposal is what you will present to a potential editor, agent, or publisher. A good […]


BookHive Author of the Month: Ava Carmel

By Jennifer Bowen on Monday, November 21st, 2016 in BookHive Corp, Self-Publishing, Writing. No Comments

This month, BookHive is thrilled to present author of the month Ava Carmel, who tested her book Severe Silence with BookHive and is now publishing it via CreateSpace on Amazon. We could not be more thrilled for her! Below is an interview that BookHive Queen Bee Jennifer Bowen conducted with Ava. Ava Carmel – Author: […]