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Pitch Wars! And Also Some Tips for Writers

First off: Pitch Wars! If you’re participating, you have until the end of the day to send your stuff in. Do it!

…And, uh. Now I’m not really sure what to say. 90 more words

Writing Resources

10 Query Tips from a Literary Assistant — Week of 8/15/2014

I’m a literary assistant at The Seymour Agency. Our agents, Mary Sue Seymour and Nicole Resciniti represent a range of genre: Christian/Inspirational, Fantasy/Science Fiction, Urban Fantasy, Women’s Lit, Romance. 561 more words


Adobe Edge Reflow Preview Tutorials Create Responsive World wide web Style Media Queries Techniques

Learn how to use adobe illustrator to generate design edit and develop responsive world wide web design and style comps to provide into Adobe dreamweaver as a tracing picture or to visua… 19 more words


Young Love…

Maybe it’s just that I find things other people find normal to be funny for some reason (which might be a good trait for a publisher), but I found the following “cheat sheet” for writing young adult novels to be both amusing (mostly because it actually exists) and useful: 653 more words

For Authors

Pre-#PitchWars Panic

Currently listening to: Welcome to Wonderland, from Wonderland: Alice’s New Musical Adventure*

SURPRISE! Submissions for Pitch Wars ’14 are open. Five days early.

I…was caught by surprise. 325 more words


Preparing for Pitch Wars!

Guys. I am so excited for Pitch Wars. So. Excited. I can barely stand it!

Pitch Wars is one of those legendary events. I’ve never participated before, but I’ve watched people get super-duper excited about it. 296 more words

Writing Resources

Guest Post: Query Theory

Querying can be a lot of fun. At least that’s my theory when it comes to querying picture book stories. How to do it? Accept the premise that when you query, you’re advertising yourself. 390 more words