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QUITE THE QUERY: Jen Petro-Roy and P.S. I MISS YOU

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. 628 more words

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QUITE THE QUERY with Rae Chang and MAD QUEEN'S CHESS

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. 585 more words

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Pondering How Women Writers Self Identify on Social Media

Last week I posed a question on Twitter. I asked, Women Writers of Twitter who put “mom” or “wife” in your profile, why do you do that? 679 more words

How My Time as an Editor Gives Me Insight into a Literary Agent's Workday

Before I became an ornamental horticulturalist, I worked as an editor. These were good and not-so-good years in my life because though I worked with words, I wasn’t writing enough of my own. 861 more words

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The Winchester Writers' Festival - An Introduction By Judith Heneghan

This is my third year as Director of the Winchester Writers’ Festival. I’m still finding my way, of course, but I am beginning to recognise certain patterns in the yearly cycle: that first bubble of excitement mixed with nerves when the programme goes ‘live’; the anticipation that builds as the third weekend in June approaches; the occasional nightmare about ‘leaves on the line’ that prevent everyone from arriving… 361 more words

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QUITE THE QUERY - Wendy Qualls and WORTH WAITING FOR

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. 566 more words

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W.O.W. - Writer Odyssey Wednesday with Kate Watson

Every writer has their own path to publication. Some are long and winding. Others are a straight shot. No matter the tale, the journey always involves ups and downs, caution signs, and for some, serious roundabouts, but what always remains is the writer’s commitment to their craft and their enduring dream to see their work on bookshelves one day. 1,702 more words

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