August 26th, 2008 • Kate

Not feeling at my best today, I’m afraid, but there’s still a lot of great stuff out there on the interwebs to read. Such as:

  1. A day in the life of a literary agent, from fellow Coloradan Rachelle Gardner
  2. Nathan Bransford’s thoughts on unagented revisions
  3. New kt literary client Carrie Harris is throwing a party, and you can invite five literary characters of your choice!
  4. Another fab kt literary client, Susan Sandmore, is putting together a sort of cultural literacy quiz for writers of children’s books. Stop in and help her out!
  5. Galleycat’s taking another look at the YA morality clause Random House UK is rumored to be inserting into contracts.
  6. And Friend of the Blog De offers some useful thoughts (in a six-part series) on writing intriguing minor characters

What other interesting links have you come across lately?

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3 Responses to “Linkapalooza”

  1. Kiersten Brazier Says:

    Oh, gosh, do I ever. I just came across the best agent blog. It's called Ask Daphne and…wait, you probably already know about it. Dang. Well, I was excited, anyway.

  2. Julia Says:

    Feel better soon!
    Totally non-book related – I can't start my day without a look at
    Love those IBKs!

  3. Kathy Says:

    I've heard the term "plot points" bandied about. Can you give us a definition and a "how to use" column?