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Manuscript is Finally Done!

Oh my God, I thought this day would never come! I can’t believe that it took me three years to get here, that’s crazy right? I also managed to get the word count up from 50,000 (it was a nanowrimo piece) to over 80,000! 115 more words

QUITE THE QUERY: WADE ALBERT WHITE AND MAGICK 7.0

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. 571 more words

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Editing Tip #132 - The Dreaded Synopsis

While it’s nice to think that once you’ve written and edited your magnus-opus, your editing work is done … think again.

Time to Write Your Synopsis… 222 more words
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And We Go Back

It’s been very quiet on the novel front (even though my muse has been very chatty on the sequel!), but that’s about to change. I’m ready to take another dive in the literary agent pool, despite the ever growing odds against me. 594 more words

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Tips for Querying

Querying is a process that is long, frustrating and has little to no rules or guidelines. There are a few things that agents agree that they want, but otherwise it is a messy process that leaves the aspiring author lost in this quagmire of the unknown. 1,428 more words

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QUITE THE QUERY: Gwen Katz and AMONG THE RED STARS

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. 432 more words

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Guest Post: 6 Ways To Make Comp Titles Work For You by Jennifer Johnson-Blalock

I’m so thrilled to have another great guest post for you! Comparative titles are a┬ámajor┬áconundrum for many writers. How recent? How many? How perfect do they have to be? 772 more words

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