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Multiple Offers

This is part 5 of my series on the process of revising, signing with an agent, and submitting.

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Writing Resources

Writer Beware and Pred-ed.com

I originally wrote this blog for www.latelastnightbooks.com, but it’s important enough to post again on my site.

Naiveté, desperation, eagerness. What does that spell to you? 643 more words

On Writing


If you ask any writer about the process of connecting with their agent (or publisher), the majority will say the most difficult part was querying. Not only the actual process of sending out the letters/emails, but formulating the query itself. 482 more words


Rejecting the rejected

BiaAtlas book update.

Well it has been 23 days since I started submitting my book to Literary Agents for representation. I got my first rejection letter from this round.  1,377 more words


E-Book Self-Publishing

Getting a publisher or literary agent to represent an unknown first-time author is about as likely as winning the lottery.  It happens, but not often.  Most aspiring authors eventually realize they’re wasting time pursuing publishers and agents and seek alternatives. 243 more words



I have a literary agent! I’m thrilled to announce that I am now represented by Lane Heymont of Tobias Literary!!

For those of you who don’t know why I so desperately wanted a literary agent, I have books out and am scheduled for two more series to be released. 113 more words


LCOAW: Six Years At The Bus Stop (Avoiding the slush pile)

Strictly speaking six years at the bus stop is an underestimation. My quest for a literary agent started when I was about twenty-one and didn’t have a clue what I was up to. 509 more words

Life Cycle Of A Writer