Doris Booth

Doris Booth

Doris Booth is founder and president of Authorlink®, the news and information magazine for editors, agents, writers, and readers, ranked among top websites for writers. The company’s separate literary agency represents some bestselling authors, both domestically and abroad. Doris has sold projects to St. Martin’s Press, Simon & Schuster, Sterling Publishing (Barnes and Noble), Berkley Books/Penguin, Farrar Straus Giroux and other dominant houses. She has also been involved in rights negotiations for two hit Netflix docuseries, as well as with other production studios. The agency is not accepting new authors at this time, but writers are encouraged to use Authorlink® as a comprehensive resource.
20-Second Writing Tip: What Should an Antagonist Do?

20-Second Writing Tip: What Should an Antagonist Do?

In a story, usually, the antagonist works against the protagonist to create the main conflict. He/she thwarts the hero's efforts to achieve a critical goal. Some famous examples of villains are Hannibal Lecter, Norman Bates, and Darth Vader. Who is your antagonist?...