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QUITE THE QUERY with Amelinda Berube and UNDER THE ICY LAKE

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. 547 more words

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Oh, Snap! No Synopsis

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I’ve been building a query letter and putting the finishing touches on my novel for several weeks. Wow! What a challenge. Here I was, all excited to have my revisions completed and ready to query agents. 412 more words

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W.O.W. - Writer Odyssey Wednesday with J.M.M. Nuanez

 

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. 1,366 more words

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Querying and Full Requests

It’s one thing to read about other people talking about how horrible querying is, but it’s a whole different story when you’re in the thick of it. 324 more words

Querying 101: Plot Arc & Stakes

My recent #QueryTip on Plot Arc & Stakes in a query letter got a lot of attention, so I thought I’d expound on it in a blog post. 633 more words

W.O.W. - Writer Odyssey Wednesday with Kathryn Purdie

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. 1,395 more words

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QUITE THE QUERY - NIKI LENZ AND THE MANNY AND THE MOTORCYCLE

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

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