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It never feels good to be rejected.

I just received a rejection letter in the mail from an agent I had queried about taking on my fantasy novel. 702 more words


An Ode to Editors

Where would writers be without our beloved editors? I’m a writer, not an editor. That may become more apparent to you as you read this post further. 306 more words


What I learned from Day 2 of the RNA Conference 2014

Following on from my post last week when I had only just returned, bleary-eyed, from the Romantic Novelists’ Association annual conference, I wanted to share some highlights from day 2 with you this week. 923 more words


"Real" Dialogue

Good dialogue in novels is not real dialogue, which is often very boring, containing as it does a lot of batting about of unimportant information between the two parties. 243 more words

Advice For Writers

The Geekend Update: 7/18/14

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How Much Are You Worth?

When you ask an editor how much they charge, you might get a mumbled response. This isn’t because they have a mouth full of peanut butter (though, they might) or the mention of remuneration causes them to have a mild stroke (though, this is possible); it is difficult to price a job without assessing the work (the size and scope and level) deadline, current workload, and the all-important budget. 209 more words


The devil wears Prada

From  vendula schonfeldova

Title:  The devil wears Prada

Author:  Lauren Weisberger

A young Andrea becomes an assistant to Miranda (amazingly successful editor of a magazine). Andrea gets tested each and every day. 83 more words

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