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Thanks, but no thanks

I received two more email rejections of my SINGLED OUT submission this week.

As always, both literary agencies let me down gently and politely – but both were clearly standard format replies this time. 357 more words

General

Deflation

Today I opened one letter in my mail to find a cheque for $25 for something I’d written :)

Then . . . I opened my car insurance bill :( 53 more words

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Is Your Novel Ready for a Literary Agent?

As anyone who has attempted it knows, writing is deceptively hard. It takes mental acuity and acrobatic imagination, organized creativity, and tremendous patience coupled with spontaneous genius. 1,219 more words

Writing

Between a rock & a hard place!

The cure for writer’s cramp is writer’s block………..Inigo Deleon

I’ll stick with writer’s cramp :)

Australia

Who do you write for?

Better to write for yourself and have no public, than to write for the public and have no self. Cyril Connolly
(1903 – 1974)

What do you think?

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Heidi Pitlor Inspires Writers at Denver's Lighthouse Writer's Workshop

by Lynn S. Schwebach

Sometimes writers think they’re flexing their creativity when they’re actually rehashing story lines. Because we work so insularly, we fail to notice changes in writing and the world around us. 666 more words

Creativity

Atlas - SPX 2014

Hey all, I’ll try to get through this portion as quickly as possible: I’ve sort’ve left the blog alone until I had thought about what I want to do with it, moreso than simply having an online space to display artwork, and I think it would also be a valuable place to not only keep record of my works in progress, but to also leave a place to discuss facets of illustration, getting published, what-have-you, because there is a great wealth of resources out there to read about the publishing process, and it would be nice to have a place to put down thoughts about the attempts to get published from a newcomer’s perspective, and also a place to keep a public record of when those rejection letters come a-rollin’ in. 566 more words

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