Tip #10

Publishing is a business. They want to make money. No-brainer, right? Yet, I hear lots of people say they can't get a publisher. Or they write better than so-and-so, but can't get a representative. My first advice is to look at your manuscript. Is it grammatically correct? Does it have lots of spelling mistakes? Do... Continue Reading →

Tip #6

I wrote recently about writing what you love because you may not get published. It bears repeating, especially when many writers like to write about various things. It seems to have become the ... fad... to write the latest ... fad. *cough* Young adult SF became the rage with the movies Divergent, Maze Runner, and... Continue Reading →

Another Round

Getting Frozen Fire ready for another round of submissions. Reprinted it to read aloud to the cats. In fact, Jake is sitting on top of it now, waiting for me to begin. Elwood will come once I begin...as long as it's outside. I always read my manuscripts aloud after every draft. If I've sent it... Continue Reading →

Easy Come, Easy Go

Well, actually, it's more like "Difficult to Gain, Easy to Lose". I'm referring to agents. They can be as difficult to acquire as a three-seated bicycle. Often, unless you know someone who has one, you may be out of luck. Even then, you can lose out. Nonetheless, it's important to get an agent that fits,... Continue Reading →

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