Announcing Our New Webinar!

  Blydyn Square Books is excited to announce our brand-new writing webinar, Secrets Most Writers and Publishers Don’t Want You to Know. Starting in January 2021, this 10-week class (held on Zoom) will give aspiring (and seasoned) writers some of the inside tips you need to take your writing to the next level. The first…

August 2020 Newsletter

Don’t forget to answer the trivia question below for your chance to win an Amazon gift card courtesy of Blydyn Square Books!   The Latest News from Blydyn Square Books If you’re not already a subscriber, sign up here to keep up with the latest happenings at Blydyn Square Books and in the publishing industry—and…

Getting Your Submission Noticed

Think Like an Editor: Tips for Getting Your Submission Noticed. When you’re a struggling writer, it’s common to develop almost a mythological view of editors. Because editors are the people who control the fate of your work, they may seem elusive, powerful, and difficult to relate to—almost a whole different species whose daily activities and…

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Novel by local native set in Binghamton

Born in Binghamton and raised in the area, Everett De Morier’s family owned several businesses, including The Gem Diner, Bennett Electronics and The Mermaid Aquarium. He married here, both his kids were born here and the majority of his life has been lived here. And although his company relocated him out of state in 2007,…

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Dover author De Morier has the write stuff

Written by Ashton Brown Original Publish Date: Mar 29th, 2015 Dover author Everett De Morier holds a copy of his book “Thirty-Three Cecils” while standing in the fiction section of the Dover Public Library Tuesday afternoon. The book is available at amazon.com. (Delaware State News photo by Dave Chambers) DOVER –– After a decade of…

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Outside the Limelight

Some Independent Filmmakers Choose OC Over Hollywood Story by Deirdre Newman Original Publish Date: Monday, April 24, 2017 His son had an accident six months into preproduction of the film that required Cooper to return to Texas to take care of him. Realizing he had to sell the entire production company, he found fellow Texan Brian…