New Podcast Episode! Interview with Trish Doller

September 18th, 2019
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Podcast episode number 2 up! The amazingly talented Trish Doller talks about her new book with Simon Pulse, START HERE, effective writing procrastination techniques, and relief work happening in the Bahamas right now. Here are the links to the Bahaman relief efforts Trish mentions during the episode. Red Cross HeadKnowles World Central Kitchen And don’t […]

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Check out our books!

March 12th, 2015

Sara, Renee and I have been keeping the Web Monkey very busy behind the scenes lately, fixing our phone system, setting up new emails, building a forum for our clients, and now, designing a new “Books” page on the website to highlight our authors’ latest, greatest, hottest, or forthcoming titles. It’s split up by genre, […]

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Welcoming Laurie Litwin to the KT Literary Family!

January 27th, 2015

I’m thrilled to announce a new client! Laurie Litwin and I connected through fellow KT Literary client Krista Van Dolzer’s blog. I fell in love with Laurie’s characters and her engaging Middle Grade voice almost immediately. I’m really excited about her work and can’t wait to share it with the world! Please join me in […]

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KT Literary Annual Retreat 2012

November 5th, 2012

Sorry for the delay in posting this — between Halloween and Hurricane Sandy, last week was a strange one, though I used it to good effect to get almost all caught up on queries. In any case, I got back just over a week ago from our second annual KT Literary Client Retreat, which took […]

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How Did My Clients Come To Be?

September 14th, 2011

No, I’m not talking about the birds and the bees, but I was out for lunch with Kristin Nelson and Sara Megibow on Monday, and part of our conversation revolved around queries, and how many clients we have, and how those clients came to us — what percentage from the slush pile, and how many […]

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