An Inside Look – Part II

Last week, I had Julie S. Decker on my blog to talk about her experience as being a mentor for the Pitch Wars contest. See here for that post. This week, she’s talking about the problems and issues she saw with submissions, which would be helpful for someone querying since her advice is similar to…
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An Inside Look – Part I

Just recently I’ve gotten to know another writer, Julie S. Decker. She’s in a unique circumstance in that she has an agent for fiction and a 2nd for non-fiction. And she has a deal with a publisher for her non-fiction book   Earlier this winter she was a Pitch Wars mentor. What happened for that…
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Pitch Wars Mentee Bio

I’m having technical difficulties w/my blog, so I apologize if the home page looks weird. Waiting for support to return my e-mail.   I thought this Pitch Wars Mentee Bio Bloghop thing looked kinda fun, so I figured I’d better jump right in. Check out Dannie Morin’s site for the linky list of other participants.…
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The Writer’s Voice #48

This is my submission for The Writer’s Voice. Thank you to these wonderful ladies for their hard work: Krista, Cupid, Monica, Brenda, and Kimberly.   Title: The Proper Way to Say Goodbye Genre: Contemporary Young Adult Word Count: 66,000 words   Query:   Only one person knew Chloe was gay, and his love and support…
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Tomorrow/Thank Yous

Tomorrow is the start of the A to Z blog challenge. For those who don’t know, it is a post for each letter of the alphabet every day in April. Except Sundays. When I checked last, there were just under 1500 participants. It’s huge.   So for the month of April, I won’t be doing…
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