About Us

WriterWiki is your go-to resource for writing and publishing a book. Whether you’re looking to become the next E.L. James, J.K. Rowling, or Nora Roberts, we can help perfect your craft, market your work to readers, and navigate the industry with ease through our educational guides and reviews of agents, publishers, and editing tools–all with an entertaining tone! You’ll never get bored reading about all things related to authoring because we know how to make it fun!

Our Story

WriterWiki is a resource started by a frustrated writer looking for a place to find all the information he needed in one place. He wanted to consolidate all the scattered pieces of advice from forums and blogs into one easy-to-use site so that he could spend more time writing! In addition to aggregating as many resources as possible on writing and publishing a book, we strive to write articles with an entertaining tone that will keep you coming back. We know our audience well – it’s YOU – and we take pride in knowing that there isn’t much else out there like us.

About Dr. Sharon Baisil

Dr Sharon Baisil is a doctor by day and author by night with an infectious sense of humor! He loves helping people write, publish, and market their books. His goal is to give you all the tools you need to build your platform on autopilot so that you can finally start writing full-time.

Writing & Publishing Resources

WriterWiki has hundreds of articles about how to get started writing a book, what type of business entity to form for tax purposes, step-by-step instructions on publishing independently through Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP), over 100 book marketing ideas to grow your readership, information about agents and publishers, a section devoted entirely to self-publishing companies, and much more! We also have an extensive list of book marketing tools to help you further your author career.

Helpful Links & Writing Resources

If you have a question or comment, feel free to contact us at any time! We’re always happy to hear from our readers, and we read every message we receive, even if it takes us a bit to get back to you. Here are some helpful links and writing resources:

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