We all know how the publishing process is supposed to go. You write a fabulous book, then land your dream agent, who sells your book to a publisher. A year later–voila! You’re a published author. Except, it doesn’t always work like that. Sometimes that first book never finds a publisher. Sometimes the project dies along […]
Double entry today, since the links are piling up fast and furiously. So let’s get right to it!
Lily contacted me on Facebook to ask, “If one is lucky enough to snag an agent, what is the etiquette on pitching new books?”
If you haven’t heard of NaNoWriMo, it’s the nickname for the grassroots movement known as National Novel Writing Month. Traditionally taking place each November, NaNoWriMo challenges its participants to complete a 50,000 word novel within one month.
I’m thrilled to share the following announcement from Publishers Marketplace about Trish Doller’s UNBECOMING.