I know that’s not very clever, but as the title of this blog suggests, it’s for me, and not to impress anyone.
I know your allow do be selfish on the internet… I think that might be the point of the internet. 1,145 more words
A few years ago, Samuel Moffie submitted The Perfect Martini to 100 literary agents. Actually, he submitted 90% of the first twenty pages of Kurt Vonnegut’s Breakfast of Champions disguised as The Perfect Martini. 324 more words
Brian Marggraf, Author of Dream Brother: A Novel Provides the following article from his blog. He brings up an excellent point. Are agents necessary any longer? Let Brian know what you think - and I would love to hear too! http://polldaddy.com/poll/8076997/
I probably should let this book sit before I write the review. But I’m going to just go ahead.
I heard about this because it was on sale through someone on Twitter. 90 more words