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Images that lead into articles

If there is anything I’ve learned, it’s editors love Images that lead into articles. Why, because Images stop buyers in their tracks! Buyers??? Yes, Magazine buyers. 540 more words


Guest Post: Day in the Life at AWP

AWP generally needs no introduction among writer circles. The Association of Writers and Writing Programs holds the largest*¬†annual conference in the publishing industry. I have never been, but those who go tell me… 872 more words

Getting Published

What Publishers Want

My Kindle Scout Campaign has got me thinking about this again. I covered it a bit back in my posts on writing query letters, but it’s back on my mind. 1,221 more words


After NaNoWriMo 2016

Congrats on surviving NaNoWriMo 2016. Whether you reached your 50K goal or not, you are a winner because you give it your all. You wrote. You set up a system to deal with your internal editor, schedule writing time, and find a support system, such as this site, to keep you on track and going forward, no matter how war you got. 429 more words

Writing Tips

You're Not a Writer Unless You Write

It’s a hard truth that ideas can’t completely get you by. Thinking, wishing, planning, dreaming…these are all good things, but if nothing comes from them it is a waste. 453 more words


How to cope with criticism.

Ok, so what happens when you send your chapters to the agent and they don’t fall in love with them? If you’re like me you go through a whole range of emotions. 378 more words

"On The Ground Again"

Abbie is back from San Antonio’s American Academy of Religion meetings, at which she talked to publishers’ representatives about her just-completed-book, Confessions of a Young Philosopher… 57 more words

The Examined Life